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Particle-in-cell simulation of x-ray wakefield acceleration and betatron radiation in nanotubes
Zhang, Xiaomei; Tajima, Toshiki; Farinella, Deano; Shin, Youngmin; Mourou, Gerard; Wheeler, Jonathan; Taborek, Peter; Chen, Pisin; Dollar, Franklin; Shen, Baifei
2016
Source PublicationPhys. Rev. Accel. Beams
Volume19Issue:10
AbstractThough wakefield acceleration in crystal channels has been previously proposed, x-ray wakefield acceleration has only recently become a realistic possibility since the invention of the single-cycled optical laser compression technique. We investigate the acceleration due to a wakefield induced by a coherent, ultrashort x-ray pulse guided by a nanoscale channel inside a solid material. By two-dimensional particle-in-cell computer simulations, we show that an acceleration gradient of TeV/cm is attainable. This is about 3 orders of magnitude stronger than that of the conventional plasma-based wakefield accelerations, which implies the possibility of an extremely compact scheme to attain ultrahigh energies. In addition to particle acceleration, this scheme can also induce the emission of high energy photons at similar to O(10-100) MeV. Our simulations confirm such high energy photon emissions, which is in contrast with that induced by the optical laser driven wakefield scheme. In addition to this, the significantly improved emittance of the energetic electrons has been discussed.
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Department强光
DOI10.1103/PhysRevAccelBeams.19.101004
Funding OrganizationNorman Rostorker Fund; National Natural Science Foundation of China [11374319, 11125526, 11335013, 11674339, 11127901]; Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China [2016YFA0401102]; Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chine ; Norman Rostorker Fund; National Natural Science Foundation of China [11374319, 11125526, 11335013, 11674339, 11127901]; Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China [2016YFA0401102]; Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chine
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Funding OrganizationNorman Rostorker Fund; National Natural Science Foundation of China [11374319, 11125526, 11335013, 11674339, 11127901]; Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China [2016YFA0401102]; Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chine ; Norman Rostorker Fund; National Natural Science Foundation of China [11374319, 11125526, 11335013, 11674339, 11127901]; Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China [2016YFA0401102]; Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chine
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.siom.ac.cn/handle/181231/27695
Collection强场激光物理国家重点实验室
Affiliation中国科学院上海光学精密机械研究所
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Zhang, Xiaomei,Tajima, Toshiki,Farinella, Deano,et al. Particle-in-cell simulation of x-ray wakefield acceleration and betatron radiation in nanotubes[J]. Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams,2016,19(10).
APA Zhang, Xiaomei.,Tajima, Toshiki.,Farinella, Deano.,Shin, Youngmin.,Mourou, Gerard.,...&Shen, Baifei.(2016).Particle-in-cell simulation of x-ray wakefield acceleration and betatron radiation in nanotubes.Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams,19(10).
MLA Zhang, Xiaomei,et al."Particle-in-cell simulation of x-ray wakefield acceleration and betatron radiation in nanotubes".Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 19.10(2016).
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