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Characterization of the very high energy electrons, 150-250 MeV (VHEE) beam generated by ALPHA-X laser wakefield accelerator beam line for utilization in Monte Carlo simulation for biomedical experiment planning

Moskvin, V. and Subiel, A. and Desrosiers, C. and Wiggins, M. and Maryanski, M. and Mendonca, M. and Boyd, M. and Sorensen, A. and Cipiccia, S. and Issac, R. and Welsh, G. and Brunetti, E. and Aniculaesei, C. and Jaroszynski, D. A. (2012) Characterization of the very high energy electrons, 150-250 MeV (VHEE) beam generated by ALPHA-X laser wakefield accelerator beam line for utilization in Monte Carlo simulation for biomedical experiment planning. Medical Physics, 39 (6). pp. 3813-3814. ISSN 0094-2405

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Abstract

This meeting abstract looks at the characterization of the very high energy electrons, 150-250 MeV (VHEE) beam generated by ALPHA-X laser wakefield accelerator beam line for utilization in Monte Carlo simulation for biomedical experiment planning