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By 
R.Vidwan Pandey 
EP13B1007
1.History 
2.What Is Synchrotron? 
3.How a Synchrotron Works? 
4.Why Synchrotron? 
5.Applications.
Edwin McMillan constructed the first electron 
synchrotron in 1945 
The first proton synchrotron was designed by Sir 
Marc...
Synchrotron is a particular type of cyclic 
particle accelerator that produces very bright 
light. 
Synchrotron light (als...
It produces not only visible light, but also infrared 
light, ultraviolet light and X-rays. 
The Light produced by synchro...
The Canadian Light Source has 
4 Components :- 
1.E-Gun & Linear Accelerator. 
2.Booster Ring. 
3.Storage Ring. 
4.Beamlin...
E-gun uses 220,000 v DC power to heat up a 
tungsten oxide “button” which emits a small 
stream of electrons into a vacuum...
The beam of electrons that enters the 
booster ring is roughly the same thickness 
as a human hair. 
This Booster Ring is ...
The result of these manipulations is extremely 
brilliant light called Synchrotron Light. 
The Electron Circulate around t...
wigglers 
Undulators
Beams of synchrotron light are filtered to 
select the appropriate wavelength to answer 
specific questions. 
Scientists c...
Synchrotrons produce extremely brilliant light:- 
 providing molecular level images 
 extensive chemical information 
 ...
It Has Huge applications:- 
•Materials engineering(ceramic coating)
• Medical imaging and therapy(X-ray)
• Environment(pollutants in water supplies) 
• Forensics(forged documents) 
•Evaluate the performance of microchips
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchrotron 
http://accelconf.web.cern.ch/accelconf/e96/PAPERS/ORA 
LS/FRX04A.PDF 
https://ww...
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  1. 1. By R.Vidwan Pandey EP13B1007
  2. 2. 1.History 2.What Is Synchrotron? 3.How a Synchrotron Works? 4.Why Synchrotron? 5.Applications.
  3. 3. Edwin McMillan constructed the first electron synchrotron in 1945 The first proton synchrotron was designed by Sir Marcus Oliphant and built in 1952.
  4. 4. Synchrotron is a particular type of cyclic particle accelerator that produces very bright light. Synchrotron light (also known as synchrotron radiation) is electromagnetic radiation that is emitted when charged particles moving at close to the speed of light are forced to change direction by a magnetic field
  5. 5. It produces not only visible light, but also infrared light, ultraviolet light and X-rays. The Light produced by synchrotrons are about 100 million times brighter than the X-rays produced by an X-ray machine in a hospital. There are more than 50 synchrotron light sources around the world.
  6. 6. The Canadian Light Source has 4 Components :- 1.E-Gun & Linear Accelerator. 2.Booster Ring. 3.Storage Ring. 4.Beamlines & End Stations
  7. 7. E-gun uses 220,000 v DC power to heat up a tungsten oxide “button” which emits a small stream of electrons into a vacuum tube. These electrons are sped up in the linear accelerator to nearly the speed of light.
  8. 8. The beam of electrons that enters the booster ring is roughly the same thickness as a human hair. This Booster Ring is surrounded with magnets that will accelerate the power of electron stream.
  9. 9. The result of these manipulations is extremely brilliant light called Synchrotron Light. The Electron Circulate around the Storage Ring are passed through wigglers and undulators to release Intense electromagnetic waves.
  10. 10. wigglers Undulators
  11. 11. Beams of synchrotron light are filtered to select the appropriate wavelength to answer specific questions. Scientists can observe the interaction between the light and the molecules in samples. Incredible amounts of data can be recorded from these experiments.
  12. 12. Synchrotrons produce extremely brilliant light:-  providing molecular level images  extensive chemical information  allows advanced technology microscopes
  13. 13. It Has Huge applications:- •Materials engineering(ceramic coating)
  14. 14. • Medical imaging and therapy(X-ray)
  15. 15. • Environment(pollutants in water supplies) • Forensics(forged documents) •Evaluate the performance of microchips
  16. 16. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchrotron http://accelconf.web.cern.ch/accelconf/e96/PAPERS/ORA LS/FRX04A.PDF https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xv_GwCgpAc&spfrel oad=10 http://www.clt.uwa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/2 301675/chapter02_2.pdf

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