Free-electron lasers create coherent light by constantly accelerating a beam of electrons. Free-electron lasers are particularly useful because they can produce radiation with a short-wavelength, down to just a few tenths of a nanometre. Thus, it is hoped they will become an important tool for atom-level material characterization.
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