1 January 1986 Micropole Undulators In Synchrotron Radiation Technology: Design And Construction Of A Submillimeter Period Prototype With A 3 Kilogauss Peak Field At SSRL
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Proceedings Volume 0733, Soft X-Ray Optics and Technology; (1986) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.964900
Event: Soft X-Ray Optics and Technology, 1987, Berlin, Germany
Abstract
The availability of undulators with submillimeter periods will profoundly affect the future development of soft x-ray sources and their attendant instrumentation. Outputs comparable to those of present-day conventional undulators, obtainable with much lower energy storage rings, is only one promising aspect of such devices. This paper critically examines some of the future prospects of such devices and describes the design and practical construction of a 1" long prototype consisting of 35 periods. A proposed experiment to test this device on a linac is described.
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Roman Tatchyn, Roman Tatchyn, Paul Csonka, Paul Csonka, } "Micropole Undulators In Synchrotron Radiation Technology: Design And Construction Of A Submillimeter Period Prototype With A 3 Kilogauss Peak Field At SSRL", Proc. SPIE 0733, Soft X-Ray Optics and Technology, (1 January 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.964900; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.964900
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