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Nonlinear wake potential and stopping power for charged particles interacting with a one-dimensional electron gas
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10.1063/1.3659026
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(Color online) Aluminum (a) and carbon (b) wake potentials Φ ind in unit of Φ0 = e/λF as a function of ξ for the nonlinear (solid line) and linear (dashed line) cases with different temperatures Te  = 0, 100, 200 eV. Here,  = 4 B .

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(Color online) Nonlinear aluminum wake potential Φ ind in unit of Φ0 = e/λF as functions of ξ and t for  = 4 B (a) and  = 7 B (b) with Te  = 0.

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(Color online) Nonlinear aluminum wake potential Φ ind in unit of Φ0 = e/λF as a function of ξ for different temperatures Te  = 100, 300, 500 eV with  =  B (a) and  = 5 B (b).

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(Color online) Nonlinear carbon wake potential Φ ind in unit of Φ0 = e/λF as a function of ξ for different temperatures Te  = 100, 300, 500 eV with  =  B (a) and  = 5 B (b).

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(Color online) Aluminum stopping power versus the particle velocity for the linear (solid line) and nonlinear (dashed line) cases with Te  = 100 eV.

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FIG. 6.

(Color online) Aluminum stopping power versus the particle velocity for different temperatures Te  = 100, 300, 500 eV in the nonlinear case.

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Scitation: Nonlinear wake potential and stopping power for charged particles interacting with a one-dimensional electron gas
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/pop/18/11/10.1063/1.3659026
10.1063/1.3659026
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