A NEW effect is proposed for obtaining effective interaction between coherent light waves and free electrons. Potential applications of the effect are optical electron accelerators (linac)1,2 and optical amplifiers3.
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MIZUNO, K., ONO, S. & SHIMOE, O. Interaction between coherent light waves and free electrons with a reflection grating. Nature 253, 184–185 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1038/253184a0
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