XFELEuropean X-Ray Laser Project
XFELX-ray Free Electron Laser
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LafargeHolcim engineers developed additional mixes meeting European XFEL contractor requirements for reduced content of aluminum, natrum, silica and magnesium--common in port-land cement and concrete but potentially interfering with highly sensitive measurements in the tunnel.
Lee et al., "Carbonic anhydrase II microcrystals suitable for XFEL studies," Acta Crystallographica Section F: Structural Biology Communications, vol.
The light produced at the European XFEL has a wavelength of about 0.8 nanometers, which is 500 times shorter than visible light wavelength and corresponds to the size of an atom.
The European XFEL is now under construction near Hamburg.
and CPI International Inc., has received a contract to offer power couplers for the European XFEL superconducting linear accelerator.
Injector technology to deliver specimen into the XFEL beam progressed rapidly in the last few years [54-57].
Welcoming the pledge in funding, Dr Hermann Schunck, of Germany's education and research ministry said: "Even if this declaration is not yet a formal pledge, we are confident that these countries will then also participate in the construction and operation of the XFEL" (the x-ray laser).
The X-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is a new instrument which promises to revolutionize our study of the atomic architecture of matter [1, 2].
MHI's name was widely introduced for its powerful contribution to the creation of SACLA, Japan's first x-ray free electron laser (XFEL) facility - operated by RIKEN, Japan - which achieved the world's shortest laser wavelength: 0.08 nanometers.