Relativistic channeling of a linearly polarized laser pulse in overdense plasma
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- Relativistic channeling of a linearly polarized laser pulse in overdense plasma
- Hur, Min Sup; Kim, Young-Kuk; Kulagin, Victor V.; Suk, Hyyong
- Flying mirror; Overdense plasma; Pulse shaping; Relativistic transparency
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- CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
- LASER AND PARTICLE BEAMS, v.30, no.3, pp.465 - 471
- We investigated a dynamic procedure for relativistic channeling by a linearly polarized ultraintense laser pulse in overdense plasma, subsequently determining a phenomenological formula for the channel-digging speed. Channeling of the linearly polarized pulse usually results in a sharp-cut (non-adiabatic) pulse front, since the pulse is continuously reflected on the transparency-opacity interface during the channeling process. Using the novel formula for the channel-digging speed, it was possible to analytically predict where such a sharp-cut occurs longitudinally.
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