Generation of high energy density by fs-laser-induced confined microexplosion
Confined microexplosion produced by a tightly focused fs-laser pulse inside transparent material proved to be an efficient and inexpensive method for achieving high energy density up to several MJ per cm3 in the laboratory table-top experiments. First studies already confirmed the generation of TPa-range pressure, the formation of novel super-dense material phases and revealed an unexpected phenomenon of spatial separation of ions with different masses in hot non-equilibrium plasma of confined...[Show more]
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