Role of Plasma Electron Vortex Formation at Laser Interaction with Foil for Ion Acceleration

Maslov, V. I.; Egorov, A. M.; Onishchenko, I. N.
June 2010
AIP Conference Proceedings;6/14/2010, Vol. 1242 Issue 1, p336
Academic Journal
The distribution of electrical potential and electron density near foil, resulting to vortical electron dynamics at interaction of an intensive laser pulse with a foil, is considered.


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