Ultrafast x-ray science at the Advanced Light Source

@inproceedings{Schoenlein2000UltrafastXS,
  title={Ultrafast x-ray science at the Advanced Light Source},
  author={Robert W. Schoenlein and Alan Hap Chin and H.H.W. Chong and Roger W. Falcone and Thornton Ernest Glover and Philip A. Heimann and Sara Lu Johnson and Aaron M Lindenberg and Charles V. Shank and Alexander A. Zholents and Max S. Zolotorev},
  year={2000}
}
Our scientific understanding of the static or time-averaged structure of condensed matter on the atomic scale has been dramatically advanced by direct structural measurements using x-ray techniques and modern synchrotron sources. Of course the structure of condensed matter is not static, and to understanding the behavior of condensed matter at the most fundamental level requires structural measurements on the time scale on which atoms move. The evolution of condensed-matter structure, via the… CONTINUE READING

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