Burst intensification by singularity emitting radiation in multi-stream flows

A. S. Pirozhkov, T. Zh Esirkepov, T. A. Pikuz, A. Ya Faenov, K. Ogura, Y. Hayashi, H. Kotaki, E. N. Ragozin, D. Neely, H. Kiriyama, J. K. Koga, Y. Fukuda, A. Sagisaka, M. Nishikino, T. Imazono, N. Hasegawa, T. Kawachi, P. R. Bolton, H. Daido, Y. Kato & 3 others K. Kondo, S. V. Bulanov, M. Kando

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Abstract

Burst Intensification by Singularity Emitting Radiation (BISER) is proposed. Singularities in multi-stream flows of emitting media cause constructive interference of emitted travelling waves, forming extremely localized sources of bright coherent emission. Here we for the first time demonstrate this extreme localization of BISER by direct observation of nano-scale coherent x-ray sources in a laser plasma. The energy emitted into the spectral range from 60 to 100 eV is up to ~100 nJ, corresponding to ~1010 photons. Simulations reveal that these sources emit trains of attosecond x-ray pulses. Our findings establish a new class of bright laboratory sources of electromagnetic radiation. Furthermore, being applicable to travelling waves of any nature (e.g. electromagnetic, gravitational or acoustic), BISER provides a novel framework for creating new emitters and for interpreting observations in many fields of science.

LanguageEnglish
Article number17968
JournalScientific Reports
Volume7
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 21 Dec 2017

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  • burst intensification
  • sinjularity emitting radation
  • multi stream flows

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Pirozhkov, A. S., Esirkepov, T. Z., Pikuz, T. A., Faenov, A. Y., Ogura, K., Hayashi, Y., ... Kando, M. (2017). Burst intensification by singularity emitting radiation in multi-stream flows. Scientific Reports, 7(1), [17968]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17498-5
Pirozhkov, A. S. ; Esirkepov, T. Zh ; Pikuz, T. A. ; Faenov, A. Ya ; Ogura, K. ; Hayashi, Y. ; Kotaki, H. ; Ragozin, E. N. ; Neely, D. ; Kiriyama, H. ; Koga, J. K. ; Fukuda, Y. ; Sagisaka, A. ; Nishikino, M. ; Imazono, T. ; Hasegawa, N. ; Kawachi, T. ; Bolton, P. R. ; Daido, H. ; Kato, Y. ; Kondo, K. ; Bulanov, S. V. ; Kando, M. / Burst intensification by singularity emitting radiation in multi-stream flows. In: Scientific Reports. 2017 ; Vol. 7, No. 1.
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Pirozhkov AS, Esirkepov TZ, Pikuz TA, Faenov AY, Ogura K, Hayashi Y et al. Burst intensification by singularity emitting radiation in multi-stream flows. Scientific Reports. 2017 Dec 21;7(1). 17968. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17498-5