Photoexcitation spectroscopy and material alteration with free-electron laser
As synchrotron radiation sources have been used for many experiments in the ultraviolet and X-ray regimes, the free-electron laser is an excellent source for a wide array of infrared-photon projects and applications. The free-electron laser delivers a beam of powerful tunable pulsed radiation which provides the opportunity for spatial and temporal localization of the energy delivered at any desired wavelength within the 2-10 mu m regime. One application discussed employs the free-electron laser for spectroscopy as a probe of electronic and vibrational structures. Another application uses the free-electron laser beam as a tool for altering materials in a fundamentally new way.
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Vanderbilt univ,dept appl & engn sci,nashville,tn 37235. ecole polytech fed lausanne,inst phys appl,ch-1015 lausanne,switzerland. Sturmann, J, VANDERBILT UNIV,DEPT PHYS & ASTRON,CTR MOL & ATOM STUDIES & SURFACES,BOX 1807-B,NASHVILLE,TN 37235.
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Record created on 2006-10-03, modified on 2016-08-08