Scientists at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory are putting the finishing touches on their LCLS-II laser, which will be 10,000 times brighter than the first LCLS laser.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory: www6.slac.stanford.edu/
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00:00 Introduction 00:55 What is LCLS? 1:32 What is SLAC? 2:07 Molecular movies explained 3:21 Introducing LCLS-II 4:10 Superconducting electron accelerator (gun) 4:49 Cryomodules 5:27 Cryoplant 5:51 Beam switchyard 6:05 Undulator Hall (and how X-rays are made with magnets) 8:10 Near Experimental Hall 9:27 Far Experimental Hall 10:18 Matter in Extreme Conditions chamber 11:33 LCLS-II High Energy 12:03 What's next for LCLS-II?
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