Beam Line and Associated Work
Final rept. 1 Feb 1988-30 Sep 1990,
STANFORD UNIV CA STANFORD SYNCHROTRON RADIATION LAB
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This is the final report of the operational phase 1988-89 of the DOD supported beam line at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory SSRL, including an extension to September 1990. SSRL has had very little operating time during this period The most important technical accomplishment is the complete and successful commissioning of the high resolution monochromator. This means that the entire beam line, i.e., the multi-undulator insertion device, the beam extraction system, the monochromator, and the experimental end station, is now fully operational to the specifications given in the original design. The beam line was used for research in two different programs 1 electronic properties of molecular beam epitaxially grown semiconductor structures, and 2 diamond technology.
- Particle Accelerators