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Generation of Ultra-Short Gamma Ray Pulses via Laser Compton Scattering in UVSOR-II Electron Storage Ring

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We have generated laser Compton scattering gamma rays via head-on and horizontal 90-degree collision in an electron storage ring; this result will provide a tunable ultra-short gamma ray pulse source.

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