/ hep-ph arXiv:1604.00196


Pair production by Schwinger and Breit-Wheeler processes in bi-frequent fields


Otto, A. (Dresden, Tech. U., ITP) ; Nousch, T. (Dresden, Tech. U., ITP) ; Seipt, D. (Jena U., TPI) ; Kämpfer, B. (Dresden, Tech. U., ITP) ; Blaschke, D. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.) ; Panferov, A.D. (Saratov State U.) ; Smolyansky, S.A. (Saratov State U.) ; Titov, A.I. (Dubna, JINR)

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Abstract: Counter-propagating and suitably polarized light (laser) beams can provide conditions for pair production. Here, we consider in more detail the following two situations: (i) In the homogeneity regions of anti-nodes of linearly polarized ultra-high intensity laser beams, the Schwinger process is dynamically assisted by a second high-frequency field, e.g. by a XFEL beam. (ii) A high-energy probe photon beam colliding with a superposition of co-propagating intense laser and XFEL beams gives rise to the laser assisted Breit-Wheeler process. Prospects of such bi-frequent field constellations with respect to the feasibility of conversion of light into matter are discussed.

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