Synchrotron Alignment Magnet

Synchrotron Alignment Magnet

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Credit: TED KINSMAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: A beam alignment electro-magnet on the Synchrotron electron beam line at the Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. The synchrotron is a device that accelerates electrons in a vacuum tube to velocities approaching the speed of light. The electrons are kept in alignment by a series of special magnets. As the electrons travel around in a loop they radiate very bright and intense x-rays that are valuable for research.

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