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Variable Polarization Control in Free-Electron Lasers

@article{Freund2020VariablePC,
  title={Variable Polarization Control in Free-Electron Lasers},
  author={Henry P. Freund and Petrus J.M. van der Slot},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Free-electron lasers (FELs) over virtually the entire electromagnetic spectrum from microwaves through ultraviolet through hard x-rays that are either seeded or start from noise. FELs can produce a variety of different optical polarizations of the output radiation ranging from linear through elliptic to circular polarization depending upon the characteristics of the undulators used. For example, x-ray FELs use long undulator lines composed of a series of relatively short undulators. Most such… 

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