Laser-plasma interactions have been studied in detail over the past twenty years, as they show great potential for the next generation of particle accelerators. The interaction between an ultra-intense laser and a solid-state target produces a huge amount of particles: electrons and photons (X-rays and -rays) at early stages of the process, with protons and ions following them. At SPARC-LAB Test Facility we have set up two diagnostic lines to perform simultaneous temporally resolved measurements on both electrons and protons.

Single-shot electrons and protons time-resolved detection from high-intensity laser-solid matter interactions at SPARC-LAB

Consoli F.;Andreoli P.;
2019

Abstract

Laser-plasma interactions have been studied in detail over the past twenty years, as they show great potential for the next generation of particle accelerators. The interaction between an ultra-intense laser and a solid-state target produces a huge amount of particles: electrons and photons (X-rays and -rays) at early stages of the process, with protons and ions following them. At SPARC-LAB Test Facility we have set up two diagnostic lines to perform simultaneous temporally resolved measurements on both electrons and protons.
electron diagnostics; high power laser; proton diagnostics; single-shot diagnostics; time-of-flight detector; TNSA
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