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SLAC-PUB-7932
Advanced Concepts for High-Gradient Acceleration

Abstract

The promise of high-gradient accelerator research is a future for physics beyond the 5-TeV energy scale. Looking beyond what can be engineered today, we examine basic research directions for colliders of the future, from mm-waves to lasers, and from solid-state plasmas, with attention to material damage, beam dynamics, a workable collision scheme, and energetics.

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