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FEL: a Gentle Touch of the Laser

... international conferences on synchrotron radiation and FEL. At first we, chemists, were grateful listeners and students, but some years later we also began to present papers on the application of FEL radiation. In 1994, we suggested using FEL radiation for isotope separation. J. Madey, a professor at Duke University (North Carolina), who was the first to develop a free electron laser, invited us to test our ideas on his FEL, whose pulse energy was 1,000 times lower than that of our future laser. We tried ...

Modified: 23.04.2018
FEL , free electron laser , biomolecules , ablation , isotope separation
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FEL: A Gentle Touch of the Laser

... international conferences on synchrotron radiation and FEL. At first we, chemists, were grateful listeners and students, but some years later we also began to present papers on the application of FEL radiation. In 1994, we suggested using FEL radiation for isotope separation. J. Madey, a professor at Duke University (North Carolina), who was the first to develop a free electron laser, invited us to test our ideas on his FEL, whose pulse energy was 1,000 times lower than that of our future laser. We tried ...

Modified: 30.07.2006
FEL , free electron laser , biomolecules , ablation , isotope separation
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