Acta Scientific Applied Physics (ASAP)

Review Article Volume 2 Issue 11

Laser Beat Wave Acceleration

Kavish Middha1 and Jyoti Rajput2*

1Research Scholar, Lovely Professional University, India
22Associate Professor, Lovely Professional University, India

*Corresponding Author: Jyoti Rajput, Associate Professor, Lovely Professional University, India.

Received: October 19, 2022; Published: October 30, 2022

Abstract

Laser based accelerators are splendid tools for future. Due to its uses in medical, industrial, and surgery. Its best advantage is compact and low maintenance cost. Laser’s applications are no longer exorbitant. It is used by majorly in surgeries and industrial components. In this chapter we are going to discuss one of the laser-based accelerators phenomenon laser beat wave acceleration. And understand about the chirping of the laser and its effect upon the acceleration of electrons.

Keywords: Accelerators; Laser Acceleration; Beat; Vacuum

References

  1. Shimoda K. “Proposal for an Electron Accelerator Using an Optical Maser”. Applied Optics1 (1962): 33-35.
  2. Esarey E., et al. “Laser acceleration of electrons in vacuum”. Physical Review E5 (1995) :5443-5453.
  3. Wu XY., et al. “Mechanism of electron acceleration by chirped laser pulse”. Applied Physics Letters 100 (2012): 221109.
  4. Middha K., et al. “Comparison of linear and quadratic chirp in beat wave acceleration in vacuum”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series (2022): 012103.

Citation

Citation: Kavish Middha and Jyoti Rajput.“Laser Beat Wave Acceleration". Acta Scientific Applied Physics 2.11 (2022): 05-08.

Copyright

Copyright: © 2022 Kavish Middha and Jyoti Rajput. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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