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Laser wakefield accelerator based light sources : potential applications and requirements

Albert, F and Thomas, A G R and Mangles, S P D and Banerjee, S and Corde, S and Flacco, A and Litos, M and Neely, D and Vieira, J and Najmudin, Z and Bingham, R and Joshi, C and Katsouleas, T (2014) Laser wakefield accelerator based light sources : potential applications and requirements. Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, 56 (8). ISSN 0741-3335

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Abstract

In this article we review the prospects of laser wakefield accelerators as next generation light sources for applications. This work arose as a result of discussions held at the 2013 Laser Plasma Accelerators Workshop. X-ray phase contrast imaging