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Title: Beam Line Commissioning of a UV/VUV FEL at Jefferson Lab

Abstract

Many novel applications in photon sciences require very high brightness and/or short pulses in the vacuum ultra-violet (VUV). Jefferson Lab has commissioned a UV oscillator with high gain and has transported the third harmonic of the UV to a user lab. The experimental performance of the UV FEL is much better than simulated performance in both gain and efficiency. This success is important for efforts to push towards higher gain FELs at short wavelengths where mirrors absorb strongly. We will report on efforts to characterize the UV laser and the VUV coherent harmonics as well as designs to lase directly in the VUV wavelength range.

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Research Org.:
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, Newport News, VA (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC), Basic Energy Sciences (BES) (SC-22)
OSTI Identifier:
1056350
Report Number(s):
JLAB-FEL-11-1525; DOE/OR/23177-2381
DOE Contract Number:  
AC05-06OR23177
Resource Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Conference: FEL 2011, 22-26 August 2011, Shanghai, China
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
43 PARTICLE ACCELERATORS; 42 ENGINEERING

Citation Formats

Benson, Stephen, Blackburn, Keith, Bullard, Daniel, Clavero Perez, Cesar, Coleman, James, Dickover, Cody, Douglas, David, Ellingsworth, Forrest, Evtushenko, Pavel, Hernandez-Garcia, Carlos, Gould, Christopher, Gubeli, Joseph, Hardy, David, Jordan, Kevin, Klopf, John, James, Kortze, Legg, Robert, Marchlik, Matthew, Moore, Steven, Neil, George, Powers, Thomas, Sexton, Daniel, Shinn, Michelle D, Tennant, Christopher, Walker, Richard, Williams, Gwyn, Wilson, Frederick, and Zhang, Shukui. Beam Line Commissioning of a UV/VUV FEL at Jefferson Lab. United States: N. p., 2011. Web.
Benson, Stephen, Blackburn, Keith, Bullard, Daniel, Clavero Perez, Cesar, Coleman, James, Dickover, Cody, Douglas, David, Ellingsworth, Forrest, Evtushenko, Pavel, Hernandez-Garcia, Carlos, Gould, Christopher, Gubeli, Joseph, Hardy, David, Jordan, Kevin, Klopf, John, James, Kortze, Legg, Robert, Marchlik, Matthew, Moore, Steven, Neil, George, Powers, Thomas, Sexton, Daniel, Shinn, Michelle D, Tennant, Christopher, Walker, Richard, Williams, Gwyn, Wilson, Frederick, & Zhang, Shukui. Beam Line Commissioning of a UV/VUV FEL at Jefferson Lab. United States.
Benson, Stephen, Blackburn, Keith, Bullard, Daniel, Clavero Perez, Cesar, Coleman, James, Dickover, Cody, Douglas, David, Ellingsworth, Forrest, Evtushenko, Pavel, Hernandez-Garcia, Carlos, Gould, Christopher, Gubeli, Joseph, Hardy, David, Jordan, Kevin, Klopf, John, James, Kortze, Legg, Robert, Marchlik, Matthew, Moore, Steven, Neil, George, Powers, Thomas, Sexton, Daniel, Shinn, Michelle D, Tennant, Christopher, Walker, Richard, Williams, Gwyn, Wilson, Frederick, and Zhang, Shukui. Mon . "Beam Line Commissioning of a UV/VUV FEL at Jefferson Lab". United States. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1056350.
@article{osti_1056350,
title = {Beam Line Commissioning of a UV/VUV FEL at Jefferson Lab},
author = {Benson, Stephen and Blackburn, Keith and Bullard, Daniel and Clavero Perez, Cesar and Coleman, James and Dickover, Cody and Douglas, David and Ellingsworth, Forrest and Evtushenko, Pavel and Hernandez-Garcia, Carlos and Gould, Christopher and Gubeli, Joseph and Hardy, David and Jordan, Kevin and Klopf, John and James, Kortze and Legg, Robert and Marchlik, Matthew and Moore, Steven and Neil, George and Powers, Thomas and Sexton, Daniel and Shinn, Michelle D and Tennant, Christopher and Walker, Richard and Williams, Gwyn and Wilson, Frederick and Zhang, Shukui},
abstractNote = {Many novel applications in photon sciences require very high brightness and/or short pulses in the vacuum ultra-violet (VUV). Jefferson Lab has commissioned a UV oscillator with high gain and has transported the third harmonic of the UV to a user lab. The experimental performance of the UV FEL is much better than simulated performance in both gain and efficiency. This success is important for efforts to push towards higher gain FELs at short wavelengths where mirrors absorb strongly. We will report on efforts to characterize the UV laser and the VUV coherent harmonics as well as designs to lase directly in the VUV wavelength range.},
doi = {},
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place = {United States},
year = {2011},
month = {8}
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