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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Broad Energy Spectrum of Laser-Accelerated Protons for Spallation Related PhysicsMCKENNA P.; LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; SHIMIZU S.; YANG J.m.; ROBSON L.; MCCANNY T.; GALY JEAN; MAGILL JOSEPH; CLARK R.j.; NEELY D., et alArticles in Journals
2005Broad Energy Spectrum of Laser-Accelerated Protons for Spallation Related Physics.MC KENNA P.; LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; SHIMIZU S.; YANG J.; ROBSON L.; MC CANNY T.; GALY J.; MAGILL Joseph; CLARK R.j.; NEELY D., et alArticles in Journals
2003Effect of Target Heating on Ion-Induced Reactions in High-Intensity Laser-Plasma Interactions.MC KENNA P.; LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; MC CANNY T.; SINGHAL R.p.; SPENCER I.; CLARK E.; BEG F.n.; KRUSHELNICK K.; WEI M.s.; GALY J., et alArticles in Journals
2002Fission of Actinides Using High Intensity Laser Plasma Interactions. A Comparison of Tabletop and Giant Laser Pulse Systems.GALY J.; MAGILL Joseph; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; REBIZANT Jean; SCHENKEL Roland; EWALD F.; SCHWOERER H.; SAUERBREY R.; LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; MC KENNA P., et alContributions to Conferences
2003Laser-Driven Photo-Transmutation of 129-I, a Long-Lived Nuclear Waste Product.LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; MAGILL Joseph; MC KENNA P.; YANG J.; GALY J.; SCHENKEL Roland; REBIZANT Jean; MC CANNY T.; SHIMIZU S.; ROBSON L., et alArticles in Journals
1999Observation of a Highly Directional gamma-Ray Beam from Ultrashort, Ultraintense Laser Pulse Interactions with Solids.NORREYS P.a.; SANTALA M.; CLARK E.; ZEPF M.; WATTS I.; BEG F.n.; KRUSHELNICK K.; TATARAKIS M.; DANGOR A.e.; FANG X., et alArticles in Journals
2000Photonuclear Physics when a Multiterawatt Laser Pulse Interacts with Solid Targets.LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; SPENCER I.; MC CANNY T.; SINGHAL R.p.; SANTALA M.i.k.; CLARK E.; WATTS I.; BEG F.n.; ZEPF M.; KRUSHELNICK K., et alArticles in Journals
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