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The FERMI free-electron lasers

Author:
Allaria, E.  Badano, L.  Bassanese, S.  Capotondi, F.  Castronovo, D.  Cinquegrana, P.  Danailov, M. B.  D'Auria, G.  Demidovich, A.  De Monte, R.  De Ninno, G.  Di Mitri, S.  Diviacco, B.  Fawley, W. M.  Ferianis, M.  Ferrari, E.  Gaio, G.  Gauthier, D.  Giannessi, L.  Iazzourene, F.  Kurdi, G.  Mahne, N.  Nikolov, I.  Parmigiani, F.  Penco, G.  Raimondi, L.  Rebernik, P.  Rossi, F.  Roussel, E.  Scafuri, C.  Serpico, C.  Sigalotti, P.  Spezzani, C.  Svandrlik, M.  Svetina, C.  Trovo, M.  Veronese, M.  Zangrando, D.  Zangrando, M.  


Journal:
JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION


Issue Date:
2015


Abstract(summary):

FERMI is a seeded free-electron laser (FEL) facility located at the Elettra laboratory in Trieste, Italy, and is now in user operation with its first FEL line, FEL-1, covering the wavelength range between 100 and 20 nm. The second FEL line, FEL-2, a high-gain harmonic generation double-stage cascade covering the wavelength range 20-4 nm, has also completed commissioning and the first user call has been recently opened. An overview of the typical operating modes of the facility is presented.


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