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A dedicated synchrotron light source for ultrafast x-ray science

  • Author(s): Corlett, J.
  • DeSantis, S.
  • Hartman, N.
  • Heimann, P.
  • Lafever, R.
  • Li, D.
  • Padmore, H.
  • Rimmer, R.
  • Robinson, K.E.
  • Schoenlein, R.
  • Tanabe, J.
  • Wang, S.
  • Zholents, A.
  • Kairan, D.
  • et al.
Abstract

We describe a proposed femtosecond synchrotron radiation x-ray source based on a flat-beam RF gun and a recirculating superconducting linac that provides beam to an array of undulators and bend magnets. X-ray pulse durations of <100 fs at a 10 kHz repetition rate are obtained by a combination of electron pulse compression, transverse temporal correlation of the electrons, and x-ray pulse compression.

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