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October 2005
JLab FEL superconducting linear accelerator containing 24 niobium accelerating cavities each chilled to –456 degrees farhrenheit. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
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October 2005
Multicolored laserlight generated across the visible light spectrum from harmonic radiation from the JLab FEL. (Courtesy: Jefferson Lab)
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October 2005
National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC) logo. (Courtesy: National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center)
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October 2005
The famous beamline named "dragon" at the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC). (Courtesy: National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center)
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October 2005
lightsources.org logo
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October 2005
lightsources.org poster
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October 2005
Synchrotron radiation from the KEK Photon Factory beam line revealed an entire structure for the protein GGA1 for the first time. Protein GGA1 is responsible for the transportation of various other...
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October 2005
Stereo graphic view of the GAT domain (part a) of the protein GGA1 and the N-terminal domain (part b). See the left part of the figure with your left eye and the right part with right eye, to get the...
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October 2005
Stereo graphic view of the VHS domain of GGA1, with a donner( ) protein attached. (Courtesy: KEK)
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October 2005
Drawings of the Fermi-level of the metals (a) pure copper, (b) copper-paradium alloy and (c) copper-aluminum alloy. KEK PF-AR (Photon Factory Advanced Ring) has successfully analyzed the detail...
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October 2005
Plan view of the beam line area of the Photon Factory 2.5 GeV ring. Positron circulating in the innermost ring emits photons as their orbits are vent with magnetic fields, known as "synchrotron...
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October 2005
PF-AR Ring (right) and Beam Transport line (left). (Courtesy: KEK)
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October 2005
Accelerating structure, APS for PF-AR. (Photo: Tokio Ohska)
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October 2005
Ping-shine Shaw, Bob Saunders, and Keith Lykke during beamline 3 construction. (Courtesy: NIST)
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October 2005
Bob Saunders aligning a lamp at beamline 3. Bob Saunders was one of the first scientists to use synchrotron radiation in the calibration of standard light sources. (Courtesy: NIST)
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October 2005
Charlie Tarrio setting up the reflectometer on beamline 7. Charlie has worked at SURF since about 1990 on extreme-ultraviolet radiation physics. (Courtesy: NIST)
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