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1 December 1991 Stanford picosecond FEL center
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The Stanford Picosecond FEL Center will provide intense picosecond optical pulses at wavelengths tunable from 1.5 micrometers to 15 micrometers . The ability to deliver picosecond pulses at wavelengths throughout the vibrational IR makes the Center's superconducting linac-driven FEL a powerful tool for studies of ultra-fast phenomena in molecular systems. In addition, the planned installation of a synchronized picosecond visible laser system will permit a variety of two-color experiments. Special efforts are being made to increase the cost-effectiveness of the FEL facility through the development of standardized optical setups.
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Richard L. Swent, H. Alan Schwettman, and Todd I. Smith "Stanford picosecond FEL center", Proc. SPIE 1552, Short-Wavelength Radiation Sources, (1 December 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.50589
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