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Circular polarization control for the European XFEL in the soft X-ray regime

@article{Geloni2011CircularPC,
  title={Circular polarization control for the European XFEL in the soft X-ray regime},
  author={Gianluca Geloni and Vitali Kocharyan and Evgeni Saldin},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2011}
}
The possibility of producing X-ray radiation with high degree of circular polarization is an important asset at XFEL facilities. Polarization control is most important in the soft X-ray region. However,the baseline of the EuropeanXFEL,including the soft X-ray SASE3 line, foresees planar undulators only, yielding linearly-polarized radiation. It is clear that the lowest-risk strategy for implementing polarization control at SASE3 involves adding an APPLE II - type undulator at the end of the… 

Circular polarization opportunities at the SASE3 undulator line of the European XFEL

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Circular polarization control for the LCLS baseline in the soft X-ray regime

The LCLS baseline includes a planar undulator system, which produces intense linearly polarized light in the wavelength range 0: 15-1: 5 nm. In the soft X-ray wavelength region polarization control

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