SESAME, a third generation synchrotron light source for the Middle East region
Einfeld, D. and Hasnain, S. S. and Sayers, Zehra and Schopper, H. and Winick, H. (2004) SESAME, a third generation synchrotron light source for the Middle East region. Radiation physics and chemistry, 71 (3-4). pp. 693-700. ISSN 0969-806X
Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.radphyschem.2004.04.130
Developed under the auspices of UNESCO, SESAME is being established as an autonomous international research centre in the Middle East/Mediterranean region. It will have as its centrepiece a 2.5 GeV third Generation synchrotron light source with 13 straight sections for insertion devices and an emittance of 26.6 nm-rad. It will provide intense radiation from the IR to hard X-rays to a community that is expected to exceed 1000 users a few years after the start of operation in 2008.
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