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Ion energy distributions arising from laser-produced plasmas of Sn are measured over a wide laser parameter space. Planar-solid as well as liquid-droplet targets are exposed to infrared laser pulses with energy densities between 1J/cm$^2$ and 4kJ/cm$^2$ and durations spanning 0.5ps to 6ns. The measured ion energy distributions are compared to two self-similar solutions of a hydrodynamic approach assuming isothermal expansion of the plasma plume into vacuum. For planar and droplet targetsdoi:10.1088/1361-6595/aab533 fatcat:in7fhmjmtffe7lwq6wfet5xwsm