PUBLICATIONS    of    LAZAR FRIEDLAND

142. L. Friedland, and A.G. Shagalov

Excitation and control of chirped nonlinear ion-acoustic waves

Phys. Rev. E 89, 053103-1:4 (2014)

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141. R. Uzdin, L. Friedland, O. Gat,

First-harmonic approximation in nonlinear chirped-driven oscillators

Phys. Rev. E 89, 012902-1:9 (2014)

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140. O. Yaakobi, L. Friedland, C. Macklin, and I. Siddiqi

Erratum: Parametric amplification in Josephson junction embedded transmission lines

Phys. Rev. B 88, 219904-1:2 (2013)

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139. I. Barth and L. Friedland

Two-photon ladder climbing and transition to autoresonance in a chirped oscillator

Phys. Rev. A  87, 053420-1:4 (2013)

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138. ALPHA collaboration

Experimental and computational study of the injection of antiprotons into a positron plasma for antihydrogen production

Phys. Plasmas 20, 043510-1:11 (2013)

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137. O. Yaakobi, L. Friedland, C. Macklin, and I. Siddiqi

Parametric amplification in Josephson junction embedded transmission lines

Phys. Rev. B 87, 144301-1:9 (2013)

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136. P. Khain, L. Friedland, A.G. Shagalov, and J.S. Wurtele

Nonlocal, kinetic stimulated Raman scattering in nonuniform plasmas: Averaged variational approach

Phys. Plasmas 19, 072319-1:11 (2012)

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135. Y. Shalibo, Y. Rofe, I. Barth, L. Friedland, R. Bialczack, J.M. Martinis, and N. Katz

Quantum and classical chirps in an anharmonic oscillator

Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 037701-1:5 (2012)

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134. I. Barth, L. Friedland, O. Gat, and A.G. Shagalov

Quantum versus classical phase-locking transition in a frequency-chirped nonlinear oscillator

Phys. Rev. A 84, 013837-1:8 (2011)

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133. K. March, R. Vijay, I. Barth, O. Naaman, J. Aumentado, L. Friedland, and I. Siddiqi

Quantum fluctuations in the chirped pendulum

Nature Physics Volume:

7, 105108 (2011)

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132. O. Yaakobi and L. Friedland

Autoresonance of coupled nonlinear waves

AIP Proceedings 1320, 97-103 (2010)

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131. P. Khain and L. Friedland

Averaged variational principle for autoresonant BGK modes

Phys. Plasmas 17, 102308-1:12 (2010)

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130. O. Yaakobi and L. Friedland

Autoresonant four-wave mixing in optical fibers

Phys. Rev. A  82, 023820-1:8 (2010)

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129. A. Barak, Y. Lamhot, L. Friedland, and M. Segev

Autoresonant propagation of incoherent light-waves

Optics Express 18, 17709-17718 (2010)

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128. I. Barth, L. Friedland, E. Sarid, and A.G. Shagalov

Autoresonant transition in the presence of noise and self-fields

Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 155001-1:4 (2009)

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127. A. Barak, Y. Lamhot, L. Friedland, and M. Segev

Autoresonant dynamics of optical guided waves

Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 123901-1:4 (2009)

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126. O. Yaakobi and L. Friedland

Equal energy phase space trajectories in resonant wave interactions

Phys. Plasmas 16, 052306-1:7 (2009)

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125. L. Friedland

Autoresonance in nonlinear systems

Scholarpedia 4(1), 5473 (2009)

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124. A.G. Shagalov and L. Friedland

Autoresonant excitation of multi-phase waves in the sine-Gordon model

Physica D 238, 1561-1568 (2009)

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123. O. Yaakobi and L. Friedland

Multidimensional, autoresonant three-wave interactions

Phys. Plasmas 15, 102104-1:9 (2008)

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122. L. Friedland

Efficient capture of nonlinear oscillations into resonance

J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41, 415101-1:8 (2008)

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121. O. Naaman, J. Aumentado, L. Friedland, J.S. Wurtele, and I. Siddiqi

Phase-locking transition in a chirped superconducting Josephson resonator

Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 117005-1:4 (2008)

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120. I. Barth, L. Friedland, and A.G. Shagalov

A water bag model of driven phase space holes in non-neutral plasmas

Phys. Plasmas 15, 082110-1:6 (2008)

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119. M.A. Borich and L. Friedland

Driven, chirped vorticity holes

Phys. Fluids 20, 086602-1:11 (2008)

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118. O. Yaakobi, L. Friedland R.R. Lindberg, A.E. Charman, G. Penn, and J.S. Wurtele

Spatially autoresonant stimulated Raman scattering in nonuniform plasmas

Phys. Plasmas 15, 032105-1:6 (2008)

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117. P. Khain and L. Friedland

A water bag theory of autoresonant BGK modes

Phys. Plasmas 14, 082110-1:6 (2007)

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116. I. Barth and L. Friedland

Multiresonant control of two-dimensional dynamical systems

Phys. Rev. E 76, 016211-1:8 (2007)

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115. O. Yaakobi, L. Friedland, and Z. Henis

Driven autoresonant three-oscillator interactions

Phys. Rev. E 76, 026205-1:9 (2007)

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114. V.V. Gorgadze, L. Friedland, and J.S. Wurtele

Autoresonant control of a pre-excited diocotron mode

Phys. Plasmas 14, 082317-1:10 (2007)

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113. M. Khasin and L. Friedland

Removal of resonances by rotation in linearly-degenerate 2D oscillator systems

J. Math. Phys. 48, 042701-1:11 (2007)

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112. R.R. Lindberg, A.E. Charman, J.S. Wurtele, L. Friedland, and B.A. Shadwick

Autoresonant beat-wave generation

Phys. Plasmas 13, 123103-1:12 (2006)

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111. L. Friedland, P. Khain, and A.G. Shagalov

Autoresonant phase-space holes in plasmas

Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 225001-1:4 (2006)

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110. L. Friedland and A.G. Shagalov

Emergence and control of breather and plasma oscillations by synchronizing perturbations

Phys. Rev. E 73, 066612-1:8 (2006).

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109. G. Marcus, A. Zigler, and L. Friedland

Molecular vibrational ladder climbing using a sub-nanosecond chirped laser pulse

Europhys. Lett. 74, 43-48 (2006).

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108. L. Friedland

From the pendulum to Rydberg accelerator and planetary dynamics: autoresonant formation and control of nonlinear states

Proc. of the Symposium: PhysCon2005 (invited), St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005.

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107. Y. Gopher, L. Friedland, and A.G. Shagalov

Multiphase autoresonant excitations in discrete nonlinear Schrodinger systems

Phys. Rev. E  72, 036604-1:15 (2005)

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106. G. Marcus, L. Friedland, and A. Zigler

Autoresonant excitation and control of molecular degrees of freedom in 3D

Phys. Rev. A  72, 033404-1:9 (2005)

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105. F. Peinetti, W. Bertsche, J. Fajans, J. Wurtele, and L. Friedland

Numerical studies of driven, chirped  BGK modes

Phys. Plasmas 12, 062112-1:9 (2005)

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104. L. Friedland and A.G. Shagalov

Excitation of multiphase waves of nonlinear schrodinger equation by capture into resonances

Phys. Rev. E 71, 036206-1:12 (2005)

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103. L. Friedland

Autoresonant excitation and control of nonlinear waves

Proc. of the Symposium: Frontiers of Nonlinear Physics (invited), Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 2004.

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102. L. Friedland, F. Peinetti, W. Bertsche, J. Fajans, and J. Wurtele

Driven phase space holes and synchronized Bernstein, Greene, and Kruskal modes

Phys. Plasmas 11, 4305-4317 (2004)

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101. R.R. Lindberg, A.E. Charman, J.S. Wurtele, and  L. Friedland

Robust autoresonant excitation in the plasma beat-wave accelerator

Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 055001-1:4 (2004)

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100. G. Marcus, L. Friedland, and A. Zigler

From quantum ladder climbing to classical autoresonance

Phys. Rev. A  69, 013407-1:5 (2004)

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99. M. Khasin and L. Friedland

Multiphase control of a nonlinear lattice

Phys. Rev. E  68, 066214-1:13 (2003)

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98. W. Bertsche, J. Fajans, and L. Friedland

Direct excitation of high-amplitude chirped bucket-BGK modes

Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 265003-1:4 (2003)

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97. L. Friedland and A.G. Shagalov

Emergence and control of multiphase nonlinear waves by synchronization

Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 074101-1:4 (2003)

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96. E. Grosfeld and L. Friedland

Spatial control of a classical electron state in a Rydberg atom by adiabatic synchronization

Phys. Rev. E 65, 046230-1:8 (2002) 

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95. L. Friedland and A.G. Shagalov

Emergence of nonuniform V-states by synchronization

Phys. Fluids 14, 3074-3086 (2002)

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94. J. Fajans, E. Gilson, and L. Friedland

The effect of damping on autoresonant excitation

Phys. Plasmas 8, 423-427 (2001)

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93. L. Friedland 

Migration timescale thresholds for resonant capture in the Plutino problem

Astrophys.J. Lett. 547, L75-L79 (2001)

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92. J. Fajans and L. Friedland

Autoresonant (nonstationary) Excitation of Pendulums, Plutinos, Plasmas, and Other Nonlinear Oscillators

Am. J. Phys.  69, 1096-1102 (2001)

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91. L. Friedland and A.G. Shagalov

Resonant Formation and Control of 2D Symmetric Vortex Waves

Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 2941-2944 (2000)

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90. J. Fajans, E. Gilson, and L. Friedland

Second Harmonic Autoresonant Control of the l=1 Diocotron Mode in Pure Electron Plasmas

Phys. Rev. E62, 4131-4136 (2000)

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89. L. Friedland, J. Fajans, and E. Gilson

Subharmonic Autoresonance of the Diocotron Mode

Phys. Plasmas 7, 1712-1718 (2000)

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88. L. Friedland

Subharmonic Autoresonance

Phys. Rev. E61, 3732-3735 (2000)

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87. E. Nakar and L. Friedland

Passage Through Resonance and Autoresonance in x2n-type Potentials

Phys. Rev. E60, 5479-5485 (1999)

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86. J. Fajans, E. Gilson, and L. Friedland

Autoresonant (Nonstationary) Excitation of a Collective Nonlinear Mode

Phys. Plasmas 6, 4497-4503 (1999)

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85. J. Fajans, E. Gilson, and L. Friedland

Autoresonant (Nonstationary) Excitation of the Diocotron Mode in Non-neutral Plasmas

Phys. Rev. Lett. 82, 4444-4447 (1999)

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84. U. Rokni and L. Friedland

Double Autoresonance in Two-Dimensional Dynamical Sysytems

Phys. Rev. E59, 5242-5252 (1999)

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83. L. Friedland

Control of Kirchhoff Vortices by a Resonant Strain

Phys. Rev. E59, 4106-4111 (1999)

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82. L. Friedland and A.G. Shagalov

Excitation of Solitons by Adiabatic Multiresonant Forcing

Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 4357-4360 (1998)

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81. L. Friedland

Autoresonant Solutions of Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation

Phys. Rev. E58, 3865-3875 (1998)

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80. L. Friedland

Resonant Excitation and Control of High Order Dispersive Nonlinear Waves

Phys. Plasmas 5, 645-658 (1998)

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79. L. Friedland

Autoresonance of Coupled Nonlinear Waves

Phys. Rev. E57, 3494-3501 (1998)

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78. L. Friedland

Autoresonant Excitation and Evolution of Nonlinear Waves: The Variational Approach

Phys. Rev. E55 1929-1939 (1997)

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77. L. Friedland

Multidimensional Autoresonant Mode Conversion

Phys. Plasmas 2, 1393-1397 (1995)

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76. L. Friedland

Spatial Autoresonance Cyclotron Accelerator

Phys. Plasmas 1, 421-428 (1994)

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75. L. Friedland

Autoresonant Wave Interactions in Nonuniform Plasmas

AIP Proceedings 345, 327-334 (1994)

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74. L. Friedland, C.I. Ciubotariu, and M. Bacal

Dynamic plasma response in laser-photodetachment experiments in hydrogen plasmas

Phys. Rev. E49, 4353-4361 (1994)

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73. S. Yariv and L. Friedland

Autoresonant Interaction of Three Coupled Nonlinear Oscillators

Phys. Rev. E48, 3072-3076 (1993)

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72. L. Friedland, A.N. Kaufman, and 
J.J. Morehead

Enhanced Decay Instability and Mode Conversion to a Strongly Damped Wave

AIP Proceedings (1993)


71. L. Friedland

Autoresonant Three-Wave Interactions

Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 1749-1752 (1992)

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70. L. Friedland

Spatial Autoresonance: Enhancement of Mode Conversion Due to Nonlinear Phase-Locking

Phys. Fluids B4, 3199-3209 (1992)

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69. L. Friedland and A. Bers

Hermitian Description of Interacting Inhomogeneous Electron Beams

Phys. Fluids B4, 1457-1464 (1992)

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68. L. Friedland and D. Cohen

A Class of Conservative Tunneling Problems

Phys. Fluids B4, 24-34 (1992)

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67. R. Shpitalnik, C. Cohen, F. Dothan and 
L. Friedland

Autoresonance Microwave Accelerator

J. Appl. Phys. 70, 1101-1106 (1991)

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66. H. Eizenkiet and L. Friedland

Space and Time Evolution of Electron Distributions in Gases with Large Inelastic-Collision Cross Sections

Phys. Rev. A44, 1257-1265 (1991)

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65. L. Friedland and R.E. Shefer

Electron-beam Confinement by Rotational Stabilization in a Linear Wiggler Free Electron Laser

J. Appl. Phys. 68, 4958 (1990)

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64. S. Yariv and L. Friedland

Electron Beam Transport in Gas Loaded Free Electron Lasers

Phys. Fluids B2 , 3114-3119 (1990)

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63. L. Friedland

Three-Dimensional Transmission of the Fast Wave in the Ion Cyclotron Resonance Plasma Heating

Phys. Fluids B2, 1204-1209 (1990)

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62. B. Meerson and L. Friedland

Strong Autoresonance Excitation of Rydberg Atoms: The Rydberg Accelerator

Phys. Rev. A41, 5233-5236 (1990)

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61. G. Goldner and L. Friedland

Congruent Reduction in Parametrically Unstable Space and Time Varying Plasmas

Phys. Fluids B1, 1600-1604 (1989)

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60.L. Friedland, J.H. Jacob, and J.A. Mangano

Volumetric Stability of Two-Step Ionization Dominated Discharges

J. Appl. Phys. 65, 3790-3797 (1989)

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59. H. Eizenkiet andL. Friedland,

Anisotropy of Velocity Distributions in Weakly Ionized Gases With Large Inelastic Cross Sections

Phys. Rev. A39, 3541-3547 (1989)

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58. R. Shpitalnik, J.L. Hirshfield, and 
L. Friedland

Isochronous Electron Cyclotron Acceleration

Particle Accelerators 25, 1 (1989)

 

57. L. Friedland

Gyroresonant Absorption From Congruent Reduction of an Anisotropic  Pressure Fluid Model

Phys. Fluids 31, 2615-2624 (1988)

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56. A. Loeb and L. Friedland,

Nonlinear Dynamics of Dense Electron Beams in the Autoresonance Laser Accelerator

Phys. Lett. A, 129, 329-332 (1988)

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55. R.E. Shefer, L. Friedland, and 
R.E. Klinkowstein

Evolution of High Current, Cold Cathode Diodes to Steady State

Phys. Fluids 31, 930-939 (1988)

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54. L. Friedland and A.N. Kaufman

Congruent Reduction in Geometric Optics and Mode Conversion

Phys. Fluids 30, 3050-3058 (1987)

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53. A. Loeb, L. Friedland, and S. Eliezer

Acceleration of Electron-Positron Plasmas to High Energies

IEEE Tr. Plasma Science PS-15, 238-242 (1987)

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52. A.N.  Kaufman and L. Friedland,

Phase-Space Solution of the Linear Mode Conversion Problem

Phys. Lett. A123, 387-389 (1987)

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51. L. Friedland and A.N. Kaufman

Congruent Reduction and Mode Conversion in 4-Dimensional Plasmas,

AIP Proceedings 159 (1987)

 

50. L. Friedlandand H. Eizenkiet

New Perturbation Expansion for Anisotropic Electron Distribution Functions in Weakly Ionized Plasmas

Phys. Rev. A36, 1351-1359 (1987)

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49. L. Friedland, G. Goldner, and 
A.N. Kaufman

Four-Dimensional Eikonal Theory of Linear Mode Conversion

Phys. Rev. Lett. 58, 1392-1396 (1987)

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48. M. Geva, C. Cohen, O. Danziger, F. Dothan, L. Friedland, L. Levin, S. Marshak, and J.L. Hirshfield 

Vacuum Arc Plasma Centrifuge for Element and Isotop Separation

IEEE Tr. Plasma Science PS-15, 583 (1987)

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47. A. Loeb, L. Friedland, and S. Eliezer

Autoresonance Laser Acceleration of Guided Quasi-Neutral Electron-Positron Beams

Phys. Rev. A35, 1692-1696 (1987)

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46. L. Friedland and G. Goldner

Reduction of Order in the Geometric Optics of Plasmas

Phys. Fluids 29, 4073-4084 (1986)

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45. A. Loeb and L. Friedland,

Autoresonance Laser Accelerator

Phys. Rev. A33, 1828-1835 (1986)

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44. L. Friedland

Linear Mode Conversion and Singularities of Geometric Optics Approximation in Plasmas

Phys. Fluids 29, 1105-1112 (1986)

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43. P. Avivi, C. Cohen, and L. Friedland

Velocity Distribution and Energy Diagnostics in Relativistic Guided Electron Beams

Rev. Scient. Instruments 57, 346-348 (1986)

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42.
L. Friedland and Yu.M. Kagan,

Reduced Kinetic Description of Electron Multiplication in Gases

J. Phys. D 19, 1019-1028 (1986)

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41. H.R. Strauss, L. Friedland, and 
M. Kishinevsky,

Toroidally Linked Mirrors

Phys. Fluids 28, 3594-3597 (1985)

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40. A. Goldring and L. Friedland

Electromagnetically Pumped Free Electron Laser with Guide MagneticField

Phys. Rev. A32, 2879-2886 (1985)

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39. L. Friedland

Renormalized Geometric Optics Description of Mode Conversion in Weakly Inhomogeneous Plasmas

Phys Fluids 28, 3260-3268 (1985)

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38. L. Friedland and Yu.M. Kagan

Diffusion of Electrons in a Gas in the Field of an Intense Coherent Radiation

Phys. Rev. A31, 1810-1815 (1985)

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37. A. Fruchtman and L. Friedland,

Simplified Small Signal Gain Calculations in Free Electron Lasers

Int. J. Infrared and Millimeter Waves 5, 683-690 (1984)

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36. L. Friedland

Correspondence Principle in Free Electron Lasers

Phys. Rev. A29, 1310-1314 (1984)

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35. L. Friedland and Yu.M. Kagan

Theory of Electron Multiplication in Gases in Weakly Nonuniform Strong Electric Fields

J. Appl. Phys. 56, 742-745 (1984)

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34. G. Hazak, L. Friedland, and I.B. Bernstein,

A Uniform Integral Representation for Geometric Optics Solutions Near Caustics

Phys. Fluids 27, 129-132 (1984)

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33. P. Avivi, C. Cohen, and L. Friedland

Drift Velocity Measurements in Relativistic Electron Beams

Appl. Phys. Lett. 42, 948-949 (1983)

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32. I.B. Bernstein and L. Friedland

Geometric Optics in Space and Time Varying Plasmas

Chapter 2.5 in Handbook of Plasma Physics (R.N. Sagdeev  and M.N. Rosenbluth: Editors, North-Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam, 1983) Vol. I, pp. 367-418.

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31. L. Friedland and Yu.M. Kagan

Generalized Theory of First Townsend Ionization Coefficient in Strong Electric Fields

J. Appl. Phys. 54, 4947-4950 (1983)

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30. A. Fruchtmanand L. Friedland,

Theory of Wiggler-Free Collective Free Electron Laser in Uniform Magnetic Field

IEEE J. Quantum Electron. QE-19, 327-333 (1983)

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29. A. Fruchtman and L. Friedland

Amplification of Frequency Upshifted Radiation by Cold Relativistic Electron Beams

J. Appl. Phys. 53, 4011-4015 (1982)

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28. L. Friedland and I.B. Bernstein

Non-Linear Theory of Free Electron Laser with Guide Magnetic Field

Phys. Rev. A26, 2778-2786 (1982)

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27.  L. Friedlandand A. Fruchtman

Amplification on Relativistic Electron Beams in Combined Helical and Axial Magnetic Fields

Phys. Rev. A25, 2693-2706 (1982)

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26. L. Friedland, A. Fruchtman, and 
Yu.M. Kagan

Low Energy Electron Beam Relaxation in Gases in Uniform Electric Fields

J. Phys. D 15, 251-262 (1982)

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25. L. Friedland and Yu.M. Kagan

Ionization Growth in Gases in Strong Uniform Electric Fields

J. Phys. D 15, 1721-1724 (1982)

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24. L. Friedland, and M.Porkolab

On the Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating in Plasmas with  Arbitrary Stratification of the Magnetic Field

Phys. Fluids 24, 1097-1098 (1981)

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23. I.B. Bernstein and L. Friedland

Theory of the Free Electron Laser in Combined Helical Pump and Axial Guide Fields

Phys. Rev. A23, 816-823 (1981)

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22. M. Porkolab, L. Friedland, and 
I.B. Bernstein

Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating of Plasmas in TandemMirrors

Nuclear Fusion 21, 1643-1655 (1981)

 

21. L. Friedland and I.B. Bernstein

Geometric Optics in Plasmas Characterized by Non-Hermitian Dielectric Tensors

Phys. Rev. A22, 1680-1685 (1980)

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20. L. Friedlandand  and J.L. Hirshfield

Free Electron Laser With a Strong Axial Magnetic Field

Phys. Rev. Lett. 44, 1456-1460 (1980)

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19. L. Friedland

Electron Beam Dynamics in Combined Guide and Pump Magnetic Fields for Free Electron Laser Applications

Phys. Fluids  23, 2376 (1980)

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18. L. Friedland and I.B. Bernstein

General Geometric Optics Formalism in Plasmas

IEEE Tr. on Plasma Science PS-8, 90-95 (1980)

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17. L. Friedland and I.B. Bernstein

Comparison of Geometric and Wave Optics in an Absorbing Spherical Plasma

Phys. Rev. A12, 666-671 (1980)

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16. L. Friedland and Yu.M. Kagan

The Theory of Electron Current to a Spherical Probe at Intermediate Pressures

J. Phys. D 12, 739-748 (1979)

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15. L. Friedland

Correspondence Principle in Multiphoton Inverse Bremsstrahlung

J. Phys. B 12, 409-418 (1979)

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14. L. Friedland

Novel Computer Simulation of Electron Swarm Motion

Phys. Fluids 20, 1461-1465 (1977)

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13. L. Friedland

Quantum Aspects of Laser-Induced Breakdown in Argon

Phys. Rev. A12, 2024-2030 (1975)

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12. L. Friedland

On the Zeros of Incomplete Polinomials

J. Approx. Theory 12, 352-361 (1974)

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11. L. Friedland

Electron Multiplication in a Gas Discharge at High Values of E/P

J. Phys. D 7, 2246-2253 (1974)

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10. G. Bekefi, P. Avivi, F. Dothan, L. Friedland, and H.Keren

Light Emission From an Argon Discharge Containing an Admixture of Carbon Monoxide,

J. Chem. Phys. 60, 3721-3722 (1974)

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9. L. Friedland, P.Avivi, F. Dothan, and 
H. Keren

A Semi-Empirical Approach to CO2 Laser Kinetics

J. Phys. D 7, 303-313 (1974)

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8. P. Avivi, F.Dothan, L. Friedland, and
H. Keren

Influence of CO on the Population Inversion in CO2 Lasers

J. Appl. Phys., 44, 1719-1721 (1973)

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7. P. Avivi, F. Dothan, L. Friedland, 
and H. Keren

The Role of CO in CO2 Lasers

Phys. Lett. 42A, 22-24 (1972)

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6. M. Kuzmenko, J. Kuziakov, G. Toker, 
L. Friedland, and A. Bolotin

Dependence of the Matrix Element of the dipole Moment of Electronic Transition on r-Centroid and Frank-Condon's Factor Calculation for  Systems of Silicon Halogenides

Liet. Fiz. Rink. 11, 433-449 (1971)

 

5. L. Friedland, G. Toker, and A. Bolotin

Theoretical Determination of the Stoletov Constant for a Mixture of Gases

Liet. Fiz. Rink.10, 543-552 (1970)

 

4. L. Friedland, G. Toker, and A. Bolotin

A Study of Some Avalanche Characteristics in a Gas

Liet. Fiz. Rink. 10, 533-541 (1970)

 


3. L. Friedland, G. Toker, and A. Bolotin

Similarity Laws and Distribution Function for Avalanche Type Processes in Gases

Liet. Fiz. Rink. 10, 521-531 (1970)

 

2. L. Friedland, V. Bolotin, G. Toker,
N. Poshunaite, and A. Bolotin

The Use of Monte Carlo Method in the Calculation of the First Townsend Ionization Coefficient in Hydrogen

Izv. VUZ, Fizika (USSR) 8, 70-76 (1970)

 

1. L. Friedland, G. Toker, V. Bolotin, and
A. Bolotin

On the Calculation of Energy Distribution of the Electronic Avalanche in Atomic Hydrogen

Liet. Fiz. Rink. (Lithuanian Journal of Physics) 9, 889-899 (1969)