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Surpassing one x-ray photon per electron in nonlinear Thomson scattering in 180° geometry
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10.1063/1.3677828
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FIG. 1.

Angular geometry in the laboratory frame. θ is the polar angle and ϕ the azimuth angle.

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FIG. 2.

The x-ray spectrum of TS in the laboratory frame via the circular polarized plane wave laser pulses with different average dimensionless laser intensities in the range , where and . A considerable nearly monochromatic portion which ranges from to within the cone angle is about 30% of the total TS x-ray flux in each case: (dot-dashed line), it is 29.2%; (solid line), 30.1%; (dashed line), 30.8%; and (dotted line), 31.4%.

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FIG. 3.

Given and laser pulse energy , at different average dimensionless laser intensities for (dotted line), (solid line), and (dashed line), (a) the backscattered x-ray photon number per electron; (b) the laser pulses FWHM durations; and (c) the FWHM waists.

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FIG. 4.

Given , at different laser pulse energies for (dotted line), (solid line), and (dashed line), (a) the maximum backscattered x-ray photon number per electron; (b) the laser pulses FWHM durations; and (c) the FWHM waists.

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Scitation: Surpassing one x-ray photon per electron in nonlinear Thomson scattering in 180° geometry
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/pop/19/1/10.1063/1.3677828
10.1063/1.3677828
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