25 September 1995 Short-wavelength light sources at Duke storage ring
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A 1.1 GeV electron storage ring is now fully operational at the Duke University Free Electron Laser Laboratory. This ring is dedicated to drive a variety of very high brightness short- wavelength sources ranging from UV to gamma-rays. In this paper we present overview of short-wavelength radiation sources including THE OK-4 (XUV FEL, wiggler radiation and inverse Compton (gamma) -rays), X-ray bend-magnets synchrotron radiation, soft X-ray NIST undulator radiation and hard X-ray inverse Compton source. We also describe status of the sources and our short-term and long-term plans.
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Vladimir N. Litvinenko, Vladimir N. Litvinenko, Genevieve A. Barnett, Genevieve A. Barnett, Bentley Burnham, Bentley Burnham, N. Hower, N. Hower, Leon Johnson, Leon Johnson, John M. J. Madey, John M. J. Madey, Ying Wu, Ying Wu, } "Short-wavelength light sources at Duke storage ring", Proc. SPIE 2522, Electron-Beam Sources and Charged-Particle Optics, (25 September 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.221605; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.221605


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