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Performance of compact pulse radiolysis system using a photocathode RF gun

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A compact pulse radiolysis system using a photocathode RF gun was installed at Sumitomo Heavy Industries. Some performance tests were conducted concerning the electron beam and the laser pulse. The energy and the per-pulse charge of the electron beam were measured to be 1.75 MeV max. and 1 nC. The fluctuation of the charge was restricted within 2%. The pulse widths of the electron pulse and the analyzing laser pulse were 20 ps and 15 ps, respectively. The timing jitter between electron pulse and the laser pulse was ±5.7 ps. Based on these measurements, the all-over time resolution can deduced to be about 25 ps.


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