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Investigation of the Heating and Ejection Dynamics of a Plasma Produced by Focused High-Intensity Laser Irradiation of a Substance

  • N. G. Basov
  • O. N. Krokhin
  • G. V. Sklizkov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS)

Abstract

The first investigations of the interaction of laser radiation with opaque substances were undertaken shortly after the advent of solid state lasers. The main physical phenomena accompanying the heating of a substance under the action of laser radiation were analyzed in the theoretical papers [1–7].

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Shock Wave Shock Front Compression Shock Ruby Laser Specific Impulse 
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  • N. G. Basov
  • O. N. Krokhin
  • G. V. Sklizkov

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