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Brightest X-ray Vision at the Nano-scale

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Illustration of photocathode gun.

This photocathode gun produces high-energy X-ray beams.

Credit: CLASSE, Cornell University


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Joel Brock of Cornell University discusses the $18 million dollar NSF grant the institution received to develop the Energy Recovery Linac (ERL), an advanced synchrotron radiation x-ray source.

Credit: Cornell University / National Science Foundation

 



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