Femtosecond time-delay X-ray holography

  title={Femtosecond time-delay X-ray holography},
  author={H. Chapman and S. Hau-Riege and M. Bogan and S. Bajt and A. Barty and S. Boutet and S. Marchesini and M. Frank and B. Woods and W. Benner and R. A. London and U. Rohner and A. Sz{\"o}ke and E. Spiller and T. Moeller and C. Bostedt and D. Shapiro and Marion Kuhlmann and R. Treusch and E. Ploenjes and F. Burmeister and M. Bergh and C. Caleman and G. Huldt and M. Seibert and J. Hajdu},
  • H. Chapman, S. Hau-Riege, +23 authors J. Hajdu
  • Published 2007
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Extremely intense and ultrafast X-ray pulses from free-electron lasers offer unique opportunities to study fundamental aspects of complex transient phenomena in materials. Ultrafast time-resolved methods usually require highly synchronized pulses to initiate a transition and then probe it after a precisely defined time delay. In the X-ray regime, these methods are challenging because they require complex optical systems and diagnostics. Here we propose and apply a simple holographic measurement… CONTINUE READING
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