An example ENDF plotted as a function of time (solid curve). The dotted lines represent possible choices for the gradient to infer the temperature. The intensity is .
An example of the shifted-Gaussian fit to the EEDF (a) and the corresponding ENDF (b). The intensity is .
The various EEDF parameters as a function of laser intensity. The lines correspond to the average values.
The half-height half-angle of the EEDF as a function of laser intensity.
The average energy as a function of laser intensity (filled circles). The vacuum oscillatory energy (triangles) and theoretical estimate (crosses) are also plotted. The dashed line refers to the theoretical value based on a reduction in the oscillatory energy by the electric field setup to maintain quasineutrality.
The EEDF as a function of energy and distance into the target at 58 fs. The intensity is .
The electron potential plotted as a function of position. Also shown is the cycle-averaged absorption function (dashed line) with the plane of peak absorption indicated by the vertical (dashed) line.
The peak cycle-averaged longitudinal electric field (filled squares) as a function of laser intensity. Also shown is the theoretical estimate referred to in the text (open triangles).
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