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October 2005
SRC vault during the construction of the 1.0 GeV Aladdin electron storage ring (1981). (Courtesy: Synchrotron Radiation Center)
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October 2005
Synchrotron Radiation Center (SRC) vault showing the Aladdin electron storage ring and beamlines (2004). (Courtesy: Synchrotron Radiation Center)
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October 2005
Synchrotron Radiation Center (SRC) logo
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October 2005
The Surfaces/Interfaces Microscopy (SIM) beamline. (Courtesy: Swiss Light Source/PSI)
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October 2005
3D reconstruction of the brain of a transgenic mouse, study of Alzheimer's disease, Krucker et al. (SCRIPPS, UZh, ETHZ, PSI). (Courtesy: Swiss Light Source/PSI)
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October 2005
The tomography station of the Materials Science (MS) beamline. (Courtesy: Swiss Light Source/PSI)
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October 2005
Nanostructures with photolithography: Physics doctoral students Ana Dìaz and Li Zhang prepare a silicon wafer on which they will generate tiny structures using synchrotron light. These samples are...
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October 2005
Nanostructures with photolithography: Physics doctoral students Ana Dìaz and Li Zhang prepare a silicon wafer on which they will generate tiny structures using synchrotron light. These samples are...
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October 2005
Product of the XIL Beamline at the SLS: An eight-beam pattern with a period of 280 nanometres. (one nanometre=one billionth of a metre). (Picture: Harun Solak/PSI)
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October 2005
Ultra-short sequences of magnetic switching: Research group leader Christoph Quitmann and post-doc Arantxa Fraile Rodriguez use synchrotron light to study the reaction of magnetic particles to (green...
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October 2005
Experiments at the Synchrotron Light Source (SLS) at PSI provide a view into the nano world of structures and materials. Basic research often results in surprising applications. (Picture: H.R. Bramaz...
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October 2005
Synchrotron light makes magnetism visible: the magnetic orientation of atoms in certain domains is different in a relaxed (above left – 0ps) versus an excited (right – 800ps) state. The understanding...
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October 2005
Synchrotron Radiation Center (SRC) SRC Tantalus I Schematic (1968). (Courtesy: Synchrotron Radiation Center)
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October 2005
Schematic of the Synchrotron Radiation Center (SRC) 1.0 GeV Aladdin electron storage ring. (Courtesy: Synchrotron Radiation Center)
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October 2005
SRC Researcher in the process of manipulating a sample under ultra-high vacuum. The beamline shown makes use of light from an undulator built into the Aladdin electron storage ring. The SRC...
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October 2005
Area of the x-ray focus where samples are mounted on a high resolution stage in SSRL's new scanning fluorescence microprobe at BL6-2. (Photo: Diana Rogers, SLAC)
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