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What is a synchrotron? ESRF

A page from the European Light Source explaining the basics of synchrotrons.

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Eight Hakase - synchrotron science

This series of cartoons about Japan's SPring-8 synchrotron are an excellent starting point for learning all the basics of synchrotron radiation and the research done using it.

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What is a synchrotron?

This page from Diamond Light Source explains what a synchrotron is, how it works and more on synchrotron light.

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What is synchrotron light?

A brief description of synchrotron radiation and how it is produced.

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Synchrotron Radiation

When moving charges spiral in a magnetic field, they produce radiation as a result of their accelerations which is called synchrotron radiation.

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Advanced Photon Source

The APS is a national synchrotron radiation research facility located at Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Center for X-ray optics

A data bank relating to energy levels, x-ray properties of elements, synchrotron radiation, optics and detectors, with miscellaneous data.

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Diamond Brought to Light

A 20 minute video about the Diamond Synchrotron and the engineers who work on getting the Diamond Light Source up and running.

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Inside Diamond

Diamond Light Source is a particle accelerator called a synchrotron, which uses electrons to produce very intense beams of light. This site explains how it can be used to help scientists make better ...

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