Abstract

With the development of powerful sob-picosecond lasers, intensities up to 1020 W cm−2 can now be generated with subjoule pulses, and a new region for laser-produced plasmas has become accessible. Plasmas generated by intense, short laser pulses are of particular interest for the development of novel x-ray sources.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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