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The LILIA (Light ions laser induced acceleration) experiment at LNF
By: Agosteo, S.; Anania, M. P.; Velardi, L.; Varoli, V.; Turchetti, G.; Sinigardi, S.; Pola, A.; Nassisi, V.; Londrillo, P.; Labale, L.; Gizzi, L.; Giulielli, D.; Giove, D.; Galli, G.; Fazzi, A.; Delle Side, D.; De Martinis, C.; Caresana, M.; Buccolieri, G.;
2013 / IEEE
This item from - IEEE Conference - 2013 Conference on Lasers & Electro-Optics Europe & International Quantum Electronics Conference CLEO EUROPE/IQEC - The Project LILIAfl] (ligth ions laser induced acceleration) is an experiment now running at LNF (Frascati) with the goal of producing a real proton beam able to be driven for significant distances (50–75 cm) away from the interaction point and which will act as a source for further accelerating structures. In this paper we report the description of the experimental set-up and the very preliminary results of the laser interaction with a spécifie target. The goal consists on the study of the correlation of the maximum TNSA (target normal shift acceleration) accelerated proton energy with respect to the following parameters: • Laser pulse intensity (in the range 1018 − 5×1019 W/cm2) • Laser pulse energy (in the range 0.1–5 J) • Laser pulse length (in the range 25 fs- lps) • Metallic target thickness (in the range 1–10 microns).
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