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Scientific Applications and Advantages of a Low Energy Synchrotron Radiation Source

Published

Author(s)

Uwe Arp

Abstract

Recent improvements to the synchrotron ultraviolet radiation facility led to unprecedented performance. High injection currents and beam stability, as well as tunable electron energies over a wide range make this storage ring a prime source for synchrotron radiation from the extreme-ultraviolet to far-infrared spectral regions. We will discuss plans to capitalize on this unprecedented performance through implementation of new experimental stations and extension of existing ones. It also will be shown that for applications using extreme-ultraviolet to infrared synchrotron radiation a low electron energy storage ring has distinct advantages.
Proceedings Title
17th International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry | 17th | Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry: Seventeenth International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry
Volume
680
Conference Dates
November 12-16, 2002
Conference Title
AIP Conference Proceedings

Keywords

extreme-ultraviolet optical properties, infrared spectro-microscopy, synchrotron radiation, ultraviolet photoelectron emission spect

Citation

Arp, U. (2003), Scientific Applications and Advantages of a Low Energy Synchrotron Radiation Source, 17th International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry | 17th | Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry: Seventeenth International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry (Accessed August 2, 2021)
Created August 1, 2003, Updated February 17, 2017