Vacuum Considerations for Synchrotron Radiation Work at Multi-GeV Storage Rings
Stanford University. Hansen Laboratories. Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Project, I. Lindau, R. Z. Bachrach
Stanford University, 1976 - Synchrotron radiation - 15 pages
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