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外文题目: Experimental study on laser-driven electron collimation along wire targets
作者: Zeng, Yushan; Tian, Ye; Zhou, Chuliang; Li, Zhongpeng; Liu, Jiansheng; Xu, Zhizhan
刊名: Phys. Plasmas
年: 2019 卷: 26 期: 1 文章编号:12701
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DOI: 10.1063/1.5045270
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