FIGURE 4 The pulse energy as a function of wavelength is shown for the following radiation sources in the short-wavelength region. Existing FEL facilities, solid lines or solid diamonds; FEL facilities under construction, dashed lines; proposed FEL facilities, dotted lines or open diamonds. Synchrotron facilities include Argonne Nat'l Lab., APS-UA undulator; Lawrence Berkeley Lab., ALS-U5 undulator; Brookhaven Nat'l Lab., NSLS (a, UV bending magnet; b, X-ray bending magnet; c, UV undulator U13/UA; d, X-ray wiggler X21/X25). Appendix B and Appendix C provide further details on each facility. SOURCE: Courtesy of Erik Johnson, Brookhaven National Laboratory.

EXISTING FEL FACILITIES

 

WAVELENGTH RANGE

O

OK4 Optical Klystron at VEPP-3 in Novosibirsk

690 - 240 nm

P

High Average Power FEL, Boeing Space and Defense

630 - 510 nm

Q

Average Power Laser Prototype Experiment, Los Alamos Nat'l Lab.

380 - 369 nm

FEL FACILITIES UNDER CONSTRUCTION

R

OK4 Optical Klystron at Duke University

400 - 50 nm

PROPOSED FEL FACILITIES

S

Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF)

1 µm - 170 nm

T

Advanced FEL, Los Alamos National Laboratory (AFEL)

900 - 800 nm

U

Deep Ultraviolet FEL, Brookhaven National Laboratory (DUV)

300 - 75 nm

V

Chirped Pulse Amplifier FEL, Brookhaven National Lab. (CPA)

88 nm

W

Linear Coherent Light Source-1, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

4 nm

X

Linear Coherent Light Source-2, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

0.45 nm



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