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Overview of the observed spectra (black points), fitted curves (blue), and de-convolved transmission curves with FEL emission centred near the (2,0)2 wavelength (upper) and the (2,0)3 wavelength (lower)

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posted on 13.08.2013 by James R Harries, Mitsuru Nagasono, Hiroshi Iwayama, Eiji Shigemasa

Figure 2. Overview of the observed spectra (black points), fitted curves (blue), and de-convolved transmission curves with FEL emission centred near the (2,0)2 wavelength (upper) and the (2,0)3 wavelength (lower). Labels are column density / (1017 cm−2).

Abstract

Using the third harmonic of the FEL radiation from the SPring-8 compact SASE (self-amplified stimulated emission) source SCSS we have studied the effects on SASE pulses with central wavelengths near 20 nm due to passage through a helium gas cell. The positions of zero ionization cross-section close to wavelengths corresponding to double-excitations allow operation as an efficient wavelength filter, with effectively 100% transmitted peak intensity until the Doppler-broadening limit is reached. We discuss how the time profile of the SASE pulses is affected, and discuss potential applications.

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