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First Bunch Length Studies in the SLC South Final Focus


We report the first studies of bunch length in collision in an operating linear collider, making use of a new rf bunch length monitor installed in the South Final Focus of the Stanford Linear Collider (SLC) prior to the 1997/98 luminosity run. The theoretical and measured monitor responses to linac injection phase and bunch compressor voltage are described. Correlations with beamstrahlung and luminosity are discussed.

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