The Science and Technology of Undulators and Wigglers

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Overview

Synchrotron radiation sources are now used routinely by thousands of research scientists and engineers throughout the world to perform experiments in biology, physics, materials science, chemistry and so on. The very best of these sources are based upon the use of undulator and wiggler insertion devices that can enhance the intensity of the radiation by many orders of magnitude. This book, which is part of the Oxford Series on Synchrotron Radiation, brings together both a detailed step by step description of the radiation properties from these devices as well as an explanation of the practical realization of actual devices using available magnet technologies. The book is aimed at not just the users but also the providers of synchrotron radiation. It takes the reader through the fundamental issues, and provides sufficient depth so as to be an indispensable reference to light source designers, accelerator physicists and insertion device specialists. The approach taken is to provide the reader with all of the essential information and to back this up with practical examples and illustrations wherever possible.

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James A. Clarke is Head of Insertion Devices and Magnets Group in the Accelerator Science and Tchnology Centre at Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington, UK.is Head of Insertion Devices and Magnets Group in the Accelerator Science and Tchnology Centre at Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington, UK.is Head of Insertion Devices and Magnets Group in the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre at Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington, UK.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Fundamentals of Synchrotron Radiation Emission
3. Synchrotron Radiation Output from Multipole Wigglers
4. Synchrotron Radiation Output from Undulators
5. Computation of Synchrotron Radiation
6. Generation of Polarized Light
7. Permanent Magnet Based Design of Insertion Devices
8. Electromagnet Based Design of Insertion Devices
9. Measurement and Correction of Insertion Devices
10. The Effect of Insertion Devices on the Electron Beam
11. Insertion Devices for Free Electron Lasers
12. Novel and Exotic Insertion Devices
References

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