NewsTiny diamonds prove an excellent material for accelerator
components

8th March 2021by admin0
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When it comes to producing high-quality electron beams
like those found in state-of-the-art scientific equipment like
free-electron lasers, ultrafast electron diffraction and imaging
and wakefield accelerators, scientists have looked to photocathode
technology as a way to convert light to electrons. These tools give
researchers a way to more deeply penetrate into materials and
atomic structure and behavior under real-world
conditions.

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