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October 2005
Poster describing JLab FEL Program and funding. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Poster describing the JLab FEL user facility. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
JLab FEL applications poster. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
The JLab FEL user facility houses the FEL tunnel enclosure (bottom floor) and 6 user labs and a control room (top floor). (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
The JLab FEL user facility is sited inside the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Jefferson Lab (JLab) FEL cathode receiving a plasma coating before installation. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
College of William and Mary scientist, Brian Holloway preparing his nanotube oven for use at the Jefferson Lab (JLab) FEL. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Jefferson Lab (JLab) FEL User Facility. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Jefferson Lab (JLab) High Power Source. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
In the JLab FEL accelerator two superconducting niobium cavities accelerate an electron beam close to the speed of light. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Jefferson Lab (JLab) FEL Control Room. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Using the JLab FEL laser beam, scientists have embedded nitrogen in to metal in a process called laser nitriding. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
One of the two optical cavities used to reflect light in the JLab FEL to produce 10000 watt laser light at different wavelengths. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
A magnetic wiggler is used to coach light from an electron beam for the Jefferson Lab (JLab) FEL. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
Schematic of the JLab FEL 10 kilowatt machine. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
October 2005
One of the two optical cavities used to reflect light in the JLab FEL to produce 10000 watt laser light at different wavelengths. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
Caption(s) available in: EN
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