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Attosecond electron sheets and attosecond light pulses from relativistic laser wakefields in underdense plasmas

Li, F. Y. and Sheng, Z. M. and Chen, M. and Yu, L. L. and Meyer-ter-Vehn, J. and Mori, W. B. and Zhang, J. (2016) Attosecond electron sheets and attosecond light pulses from relativistic laser wakefields in underdense plasmas. In: Advanced Accelerator Concepts 2014: 16th Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1777 . AIP Conference Proceedings, New York. ISBN 9780735414396

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Abstract

A method for producing dense attosecond electron sheets (tens nanometers thick corresponding to attosecond duration) and single intense attosecond light pulse is reported based on relativistic laser wakefields in underdense plasmas. By making use of gas targets this method allows for high repetition rates required for applications