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Laser produced plasma as a new, compact neutron source for dynamic materials research
2012 Abstracts IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science
Neutrons are a unique tool to alter and diagnose material properties and excite nuclear reactions with a large field of applications. It has been stated over the last years, that there is a growing need for intense, pulsed neutron sources, either fast or moderated neutrons for the scientific community. Accelerator based spallation sources provide unprecedented neutron fluxes, but could be complemented by novel sources with higher peak brightness that are more compact. Lasers offer the prospectdoi:10.1109/plasma.2012.6383543 fatcat:lqlvnr757rhajjo22ptnmfky6m