4 edition of The theory of target compression by longwave laser emission found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Target compression by longwave laser emission.|
|Statement||edited by G.V. Sklizkov ; translated by Kevin S. Hendzel.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Lebedev Physics Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR,, v. 170, Trudy Fizicheskogo instituta., v. 170.|
|Contributions||Sklizkov, G. V., Hendzel, Kevin S.|
|LC Classifications||QC1 .A4114 vol. 170, QC791.7 .A4114 vol. 170|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||87015409|
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The Theory of Target Compression by Longwave Laser Emission, edited by G. Slizkov. Nova Science Publishers, NY. $Author: G. Pert. The physics of low-entropy compression of thermonuclear targets by longwave laser emission pulse / N.G. Basov, S.
Guskov, V.B. Rozanov --Simple models of fast electron generation in laser plasma. Title: The theory of target compression by longwave laser emission Ed. G.V. Sklizkov (Nova Science Publishers, Commack, New York); Price: (US and Canada), (elsewhere).
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G.V. Sklizkov (Nova Science Publishers, Commack, New York); Price: $ (US. The theory of target compression by long wave laser emission. In Energy Transfer by Fast Electrons in Spherical Laser Target (Sklizkov, G.V., Ed.). New York: Nova Science by: Laser-Driven Flux Compression (LDFC) is a technique used to compress the magnetic field in Inertial Confinement Fusion (ICF) targets driven by a laser.
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Publisher Summary. This chapter deals with the properties of the laser cavity. It reviews the analysis of the most common compression schemes. The dispersive mechanisms such as the self-phase modulation (SPM) and compression take over from the picoseconds (ps) to the femtoseconds (fs) range.
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