Inverse noncollinear Compton laser as a device for acceleration of electrons

Apollonov, V. V.; Kalachev, Yu. L.; Prokhorov, A. M.; Fedorov, M. V.
December 1986
Applied Physics Letters;12/15/1986, Vol. 49 Issue 24, p1668
Academic Journal
A new method of laser acceleration of electrons is proposed. The method is based on stimulated Compton scattering in a noncollinear geometry. The saturation length is found to be rather small. The scheme with a varying geometry is suggested to prevent the process from saturating and to achieve high energies of the accelerated electrons.


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