High current and directional electron beams produced from gold photocathodes by ultrashort

Moustaizis, S.D.; Tatarakis, M.
April 1992
Applied Physics Letters;4/20/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 16, p1939
Academic Journal
Examines the high current and directional electron beams produced from gold photocathodes by ultrashort excimer laser pulses. Details on the metallic surface illumination; Influence of laser pulse duration on the angular distribution and the peak current density; Dependence of electron current on the high laser intensities.


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