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19 August 1996 UV-VUV mirrors for storage ring FELs: present performances and requirements
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Storage ring FELs (SRFELs) recently demonstrated to be useful coherent light sources for applications in several branches of scientific research. In particular, the super ACO SRFEL provided UV light at 350 nm for successful operations in a time resolved fluorescence experiment on a biological molecule and in the first two color experiment combining synchrotron radiation and FEL light. Up to now, SRFELs are characterized by a relatively low gain and hence, great care must be invested on the choice of optical cavity mirrors. In this paper we relate the several characterizations performed on different set of mirrors and the obtained results.
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David Garzella, Marie-Emmanuelle Couprie, and Michel Billardon "UV-VUV mirrors for storage ring FELs: present performances and requirements", Proc. SPIE 2776, Developments in Optical Component Coatings, (19 August 1996);

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