Reduced Gun Simulations 1. Comparison 60MV/m Gun vs 50MV/m Gun, Flat Top Laser Pulse 2. Comparison for the worst case: Gun50+Gauss Laser Pulse 3. Summary and Outlook . Yauhen Kot Summary for the S2E Meeting 28.10.2013.By maude
Super-c-tau in Novosibirsk. Bogomyagkov Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics Novosibirsk International Workshop on e+e- collisions from Phi to Psi September 19-22, 2011. Requirements. Beam energy from 1.0 to 2.5 GeV Peak luminosity is 10 35 cm -2 s -1 at 2 GeVBy rasul
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Optical Activity/ Optical Rotation. Optical Activity. Optical Activity. A substance is optically active if it rotates a plane of polarized light. In order for a substance to exhibit optical activity, it must be chiral and one enantiomer must be present in excess of the other.
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Interaction of polarised light with minerals:LAB TS-1:Double refractionReliefColour and pleochroismOther properties that can be observed in PPLLAB TS-2:Isotropy and anisotropyBirefringence and interferenceExtinction angleSign of elongation. Nesse, 2000; Fig. 7.4. Polarisation. unpolarised light(all possible vibration directions).
Optical Microscopy. Study of how light passes through thin sections – rock cut and polished to about 0.3 mm thickness Use properties of light absorption and propogation through a mineral affected by atomic arrangement and composition
Optical Mineralogy. WS 2012/2013. The week before last… . BIAXIAL INDICATRIX EXTINCTION ANGLES. Biaxial indicatrix - summary. Extinction Angle. I = 153,0°. Extinction angle e = I – II = 29,5°. For MONOCLINIC and TRICLINIC crystals….
Optical Mineralogy. WS 2012/2013. Next week…. There is NO lecture REVISE!. Last week…. Indicatrix - 3-d representation of changing n in minerals Uniaxial indicatrix - ellipsoid of rotation tetragonal, hexagonal and trigonal crystal systems
Optical Molasses. Colleen Downs Stephanie Pietromonaco Sanjay Talluri. Definition. Laser cooling technique that cools atoms to temperatures lower than the Doppler limit Uses 3 pairs of counterpropagating circularly polarized laser beams which intersect where the atoms are present . History.
Optical Microscopy. Introduction Lens formula, Image formation and Magnification Resolution and lens defects Basic components and their functions Common modes of analysis Specialized Microscopy Techniques Typical examples of applications. Diffraction of Light.
Done By : Saeed Zaid / Osama Zaid / Abdulla Khamis Class : 12-03. OPTICAL INSTRUMENT . Magnifier. Magnifier A convex lens that is used to produce a magnified image of an object. The lens is usually mounted in a frame with a handle (see image). Telescopes. Elbow telescope