Experimental demonstration of longitudinal beam phase-space linearizer in a free-electron laser facility by corrugated structures.

@article{Deng2014ExperimentalDO,
  title={Experimental demonstration of longitudinal beam phase-space linearizer in a free-electron laser facility by corrugated structures.},
  author={Haixiao Deng and Meng Zhang and Chao Feng and Tong Zhang and Xingtao Wang and Taihe Lan and Lie Feng and Wenyan Zhang and Xiaoqing Liu and Haifeng Yao and Lei Shen and Bin Li and Jun-Qiang Zhang and Xuan Li and Wen-Cheng Fang and Dan Wang and Marie Emmanuelle Couprie and Guoqiang Lin and Bo Liu and Qiang Gu and Dong Wang and Zhentang Zhao},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={113 25},
  pages={
          254802
        }
}
Removal of the undesired time-energy correlations in the electron beam is of paramount importance for efficient lasing of a high-gain free-electron laser. Recently, it has been theoretically and experimentally demonstrated that the longitudinal wakefield excited by the electrons themselves in a corrugated structure allows for precise control of the electron beam phase space. In this Letter, we report the first utilization of a corrugated structure as a beam linearizer in the operation of a… 

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