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The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory extreme ultra-violet lasers. / Tallents, Gregory John; Wilson, Sarah Arabella; West, Andrew; Aslanyan, Valentin; Lolley, James; Rossall, Andrew Keith.

In: HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS, Vol. 23, 06.2017, p. 129-132.

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Tallents, GJ, Wilson, SA, West, A, Aslanyan, V, Lolley, J & Rossall, AK 2017, 'The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory extreme ultra-violet lasers', HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS, vol. 23, pp. 129-132. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hedp.2017.03.010

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Tallents, G. J., Wilson, S. A., West, A., Aslanyan, V., Lolley, J., & Rossall, A. K. (2017). The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory extreme ultra-violet lasers. HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS, 23, 129-132. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hedp.2017.03.010

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Tallents GJ, Wilson SA, West A, Aslanyan V, Lolley J, Rossall AK. The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory extreme ultra-violet lasers. HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS. 2017 Jun;23:129-132. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hedp.2017.03.010

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Tallents, Gregory John ; Wilson, Sarah Arabella ; West, Andrew ; Aslanyan, Valentin ; Lolley, James ; Rossall, Andrew Keith. / The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory extreme ultra-violet lasers. In: HIGH ENERGY DENSITY PHYSICS. 2017 ; Vol. 23. pp. 129-132.

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abstract = "Ionization in experiments where solid targets are irradiated by high irradiance extreme ultra-violet (EUV) lasers is examined. Free electron degeneracy effects on ionization in the presence of a high EUV flux of radiation is shown to be important. Overlap of the physics of such plasmas with plasma material under compression in indirect inertial fusion is explored. The design of the focusing optics needed to achieve high irradiance (up to 1014 Wcm−2) using an EUV capillary laser is presented.",
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