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      Measurement of an inverse Compton scattering source local spectrum using k-edge filters

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      Applied Physics Letters

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          Picosecond–milliångström lattice dynamics measured by ultrafast X-ray diffraction

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            Detection of nonthermal melting by ultrafast X-ray diffraction.

            Using ultrafast, time-resolved, 1.54 angstrom x-ray diffraction, thermal and ultrafast nonthermal melting of germanium, involving passage through nonequilibrium extreme states of matter, was observed. Such ultrafast, optical-pump, x-ray diffraction probe measurements provide a way to study many other transient processes in physics, chemistry, and biology, including direct observation of the atomic motion by which many solid-state processes and chemical and biochemical reactions take place.
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              Nonlinear Thomson scattering of intense laser pulses from beams and plasmas

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                Journal
                Applied Physics Letters
                Appl. Phys. Lett.
                AIP Publishing
                0003-6951
                1077-3118
                April 16 2012
                April 16 2012
                : 100
                : 16
                : 164104
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                10.1063/1.4703932
                © 2012
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