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PULSE Scientist Markus Gühr Involved in Development of New Initiative for Ultrafast Science with Electrons

A new research facility to conduct ultrafast electron diffraction and microscopy ("UED/UEM") has come online at SLAC in just several months, with staff scientist Markus Gühr providing leadership in research using this facility. In the facility, high-energy electrons are used in order to image materials and compounds of interest. It is a complement to the ultrafast, ultrabright X-ray pulses of the LCLS, which can analyze samples using diffraction or scattering among other methods.


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