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X-ray Beam Lines and Beam Line Components for the SLAC Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS)


The LCLS is a novel high-brightness x-ray source designed to operate in the 300-400 eV range. In contrast to conventional synchrotron radiation sources, its output pulses will be characterized by unprecedented levels of brevity and peak power. In this paper we present recently-developed beam line layouts and design features intended to optimize the delivery of the LCLS photons to various experimental stations.

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