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X-ray powder diffraction as a non-destructive tool for characterising laser wakefield betatron radiation

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Laser wakefield accelerators provide a relatively simple means of generating bright X-rays beams which are useful across many fields and industries. To achieve this, a sufficiently powerful laser is required and just a few centimetres of gas. In contrast, other bright X-ray sources, such as synchrotrons, require significantly more infrastructure and can span many hundreds of metres.

This thesis looks at a novel diagnostic technique based on X-ray diffraction from a powder in order t...

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University of Oxford
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Imperial College London
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