laser plasma accelerator – vacuum chamber interior

June 20, 2013

The interior of the vacuum chamber in which the acceleration occurs. The laser beam arrives from the right.  The gas cell, within which the acceleration of electrons occurs, is in the center of the chamber. The actual acceleration occurs over a distance of about an inch.

The interior of the vacuum chamber in which the acceleration occurs. The laser beam arrives from the right. The gas cell, within which the acceleration of electrons occurs, is in the center of the chamber. The actual acceleration occurs over a distance of about an inch.

For more information, contact: Daniel Oppenheimer, Hogg Foundation, 512 745 3353.

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