Stefan Pfeiffer

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Many advanced applications of X-ray free-electron lasers require pulse durations and time resolutions of only a few femtoseconds. To generate these pulses and to apply them in time-resolved experiments, synchronization techniques that can simultaneously lock all independent components, including all accelerator modules and all external optical lasers, to(More)
The results of plastination of head slices are unsatisfactory when muscles, connective tissue and the brain are impregnated with one and the same resin. The epoxy- or polyester-plastination technique renders transparent either the head without the brain (e.g. E 12) or the brain without the adjacent tissues (e.g. P 40). A new technique is described which(More)
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