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Efficient generation and transportation of energetic electrons in a carbon nanotube array target
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FIG. 1.

(a) The schematic of the experimental setup. Coordinates used in the experiment and simulation are also indicated. The angular distribution of energetic electrons is measured with a radiochromic film stack placed 50 mm behind the target. (b) The emission image of electrons detected by a HD-810 film. (c) The emission image of electrons detected by a MD-55 film. The electron emission images are photonegative images with a pixel dimension of . The colors in the figure represent the radiation dose of energetic electrons.

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FIG. 2.

The distributions of axial current density, electron density, and electromagnetic fields snapped at . (a) The longitudinal current . (b) The radial electric field . (c) The azimuthal magnetic field . (d) The transverse strength profiles of electron density (magenta line) and (blue line) and (red line) at . The fields are normalized to the incident laser amplitude and . The dash dot lines indicate the initial outer and inner wall surface positions.

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FIG. 3.

The longitudinal distributions of the electron density, current density and electromagnetic fields at the inner wall surfaces B and C at and , respectively. (a) The electron density at . (b) The spatial-averaged radial current density (in unit of ) in the region between interfaces B and C. (c) The radial electric fields. (d) The surface magnetic fields.

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FIG. 4.

Divergence angle and energy spectra distributions for the forward electrons in the CNTs array and in the foil target at . (a) Divergence angular distributions of all the forward electrons and the high-energy electrons ( and ). (b) The electron energy spectra in both cases.


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Scitation: Efficient generation and transportation of energetic electrons in a carbon nanotube array target