A recirculating linac based synchrotron light source for ultrafast x-ray science

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LBNL is pursuing a multi-divisional initiative that has this year further developed design studies and the scientific program for a facility dedicated to the production of x-ray pulses with ultra-short time duration. Our proposed x-ray facility [1] has the short x-ray pulse length ({approx};60 fs FWHM) necessary to study very fast dynamics, high flux (approximately 1011 photons/sec/0.1 percentBW) to study weakly scattering systems, and tuneability over 1-10 keV photon energy. The photon production section of the machine accomodates seven 2m long undulators and six 2T field dipole magnets. The x-ray pulse repetition rate of 10 kHz is matched to studies ... continued below

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Corlett, J.N.; Barry, W.; Byrd, J.M.; DeSantis, S.; Heimann, P.; Lidia, S. et al. May 30, 2002.

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LBNL is pursuing a multi-divisional initiative that has this year further developed design studies and the scientific program for a facility dedicated to the production of x-ray pulses with ultra-short time duration. Our proposed x-ray facility [1] has the short x-ray pulse length ({approx};60 fs FWHM) necessary to study very fast dynamics, high flux (approximately 1011 photons/sec/0.1 percentBW) to study weakly scattering systems, and tuneability over 1-10 keV photon energy. The photon production section of the machine accomodates seven 2m long undulators and six 2T field dipole magnets. The x-ray pulse repetition rate of 10 kHz is matched to studies of dynamical processes (initiated by ultra-short laser pulses) that typicaly have a long recovery time or are not generally cyclic or reversible and need time to allow relaxation, replacement, or flow of the sample. The technique for producing ultra-short x-ray pulses uses relatively long electron bunches to minimise high-peak-current collective effects, and the ultimate x-ray duration is achieved by a combination of bunch manipulation and optical compression.

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  • 8th European Particle Accelerator Conference, EPAC 2002, Paris (FR), 06/03/2002--06/07/2002

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  • Report No.: LBNL--50471
  • Grant Number: AC03-76SF00098
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 799604
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc742176

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Corlett, J.N.; Barry, W.; Byrd, J.M.; DeSantis, S.; Heimann, P.; Lidia, S. et al. A recirculating linac based synchrotron light source for ultrafast x-ray science, article, May 30, 2002; Berkeley, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc742176/: accessed August 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.