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- High-energy Electron Beam Lithography for Nanoscale Fabrication
- Characterisation and mapping of scattered radiation fields in interventional radiology theatres
- Segmented Terahertz Electron Accelerator and Manipulator (STEAM)
The data that support the plots within this paper and other findings of this study are available from the corresponding author upon reasonable request. Acceleration and manipulation of electron bunches underlie most electron and X-ray devices used for ultrafast imaging and spectroscopy. New terahertz-driven concepts offer orders-of-magnitude improvements in field strengths, field gradients, laser synchronization and compactness relative to conventional radio-frequency devices, enabling shorter electron bunches and higher resolution with less infrastructure while maintaining high charge capacities pC , repetition rates kHz and stability.
High-energy Electron Beam Lithography for Nanoscale Fabrication
Controlling spin electromagnetic waves by ultra-thin Pancharatnam-Berry PB metasurfaces show promising prospects in the optical and wireless communications. One of the major challenge is to precisely control over the complex wavefronts and spatial power intensity characteristics without relying on massive algorithm optimizations, which requires independent amplitude and phase tuning. However, traditional PB phase can only provide phase control. Here, by introducing the interference of dual geometric phases, we propose a metasurface that can provide arbitrary amplitude and phase manipulations on meta-atom level for spin waves, achieving direct routing of multi-beams with desired intensity distribution. As the experimental demonstration, we design two microwave metasurfaces for respectively controlling the far-field and near-field multi-beam generations with desired spatial scatterings and power allocations, achieving full control of both sophisticated wavefronts and their energy distribution. This approach to directly generate editable spatial beam intensity with tailored wavefront may pave a way to design advanced meta-devices that can be potentially used in many real-world applications, such as multifunctional, multiple-input multiple-output and high-quality imaging devices. As the two-dimensional 2D equivalence of metamaterials, metasurfaces have shown unprecedented abilities to manipulate the electromagnetic EM waves within sub-wavelength thickness that is far beyond what can be achieved by naturally occurring materials.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. The previous chapter was concerned with laser and particle beams insofar as they are used to produce HED plasmas, whereas this chapter is concerned with the physics of the beam-plasma interaction itself. It is perhaps not surprising, then, that the interaction of these powerful beams with plasmas yields a host of new, and often very similar, physical phenomena. For example, both types of drivers may ionize material or create new matter through pair production. They may cause plasma blowout, produce nonlinear plasma wakes, self-focus, filament, scatter, hose or kink, form braided beamlets, generate radiation, accelerate particles to ultrarelativistic energies, and even refract at a boundary in a similar way see Figure 4. These physical phenomena make up the intellectual theme of this chapter.
Theoretical predictions for elastic neutrino-electron scattering have no hadronic or nuclear uncertainties at leading order making this process an important tool for normalizing neutrino flux. However, the process is subject to large radiative corrections that differ according to experimental conditions. We perform calculations within the Fermi effective theory and provide analytic expressions for the electron energy spectrum and for the total electromagnetic energy spectrum as well as for double- and triple-differential cross sections with respect to electron energy, electron angle, photon energy, and photon angle. We discuss illustrative applications to accelerator-based neutrino experiments and provide the most precise up-to-date values of neutrino-electron scattering cross sections. We also discuss how searches for new physics can be affected by radiative corrections. COVID has impacted many institutions and organizations around the world, disrupting the progress of research.
Characterisation and mapping of scattered radiation fields in interventional radiology theatres
Artifacts are commonly encountered in clinical CT and may obscure or simulate pathology. There are many different types of CT artifacts, including noise, beam hardening, scatter, pseudoenhancement, motion, cone-beam, helical, ring and metal artifacts. We review the cause and appearance of each type of artifact, correct some popular misconceptions and describe modern techniques for artifact reduction. Noise can be reduced using iterative reconstruction or by combining data from multiple scans. This enables lower radiation dose and higher resolution scans. Metal artifacts can also be reduced using iterative reconstruction, resulting in a more accurate diagnosis. Dual- and multi-energy photon counting CT can reduce beam hardening and provide better tissue contrast.
light source schematic. (ESRF) due to the electron beam energy spread, particularly at higher harmonics. They move and get pushed around by electric and magnetic fields. (Lorentz force coulomb repulsion is largely canceled by the magnetic Beam lifetime comes from vacuum scattering and intrabeam scattering.
Segmented Terahertz Electron Accelerator and Manipulator (STEAM)
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Compton scattering , discovered by Arthur Holly Compton , is the scattering of a photon by a charged particle, usually an electron. If it results in a decrease in energy increase in wavelength of the photon which may be an X-ray or gamma ray photon , it is called the Compton effect. Part of the energy of the photon is transferred to the recoiling electron.
Metrics details. Linac output as a function of field sizes has a phantom and a head scatter component. This last term can be measured in-air with appropriate build-up ensuring a complete electron equilibrium and the absence of the contaminant electrons. Equilibrium conditions could be achieved using a build-up cap or a mini-phantom.
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