While the powerful X-rays of LCLS inevitably destroy the samples being studied, delaying damage -- even for millionths of billionths of a second -- can prove critical in producing detailed images and other data.
What does LUSI stand for?
LUSI stands for LCLS (Linac Coherent Light Source) Ultrafast Science Instruments (Stanford University; Palo Alto, CA)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Self-seeding has the potential to produce X-ray pulses with significantly higher intensity than the current LCLS performance.
But until 2009, when LCLS turned on, no X-ray source was powerful enough to create this type of laser.
The LCLS X-ray laser is a truly remarkable machine," said Sam Vinko, a postdoctoral researcher at Oxford University and the paper's lead author.
Illuminating objects and processes at unprecedented speed and scale, the LCLS has embarked on groundbreaking research in physics, structural biology, energy science, chemistry and a host of other fields.