National Synchrotron Light Source experiment

National Synchrotron Light Source experiment

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Caption: General view of experiments filling the floor space of the NSLS - the National Synchrotron Light Source - at the Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island, New York. The NSLS uses synchrotron radiation emitted as a result of electrons being accelerated around two electron storage rings. The radiation is emitted in the form of ultraviolet light & X-rays, which are then used for a variety of experiments in fields as varied as solid state physics & materials science, chemistry, biology & medicine. Photo taken 1984

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Keywords: bnl, brookhaven, brookhaven national, experiments, national synchrotron light, nsls laboratory, particle physics laboratory, research, synchrotron radiation lab

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