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The MeV-UED instrument, part of the LCLS User Facility, is a powerful “electron camera” for the study of time-resolved, ultrafast atomic & molecular dynamics in chemical and solid-state systems.

SLAC staff scientist Alexander Reid, the first user of the lab's instrument for ultrafast electron diffraction (MeV-UED).

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The results  could lead to a better understanding of reactions with vital roles in chemistry and biology. 

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Proving the technique works puts scientists one step closer to unraveling the mysteries of hydrogen transfers.

Red and blue laser beams strike a sample.
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The results should further our understanding of similar reactions with vital roles in chemistry, such as the production of vitamin D in our bodies.

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SLAC staff scientist Alexander Reid

SLAC staff scientist Alexander Reid, the first user of the lab's instrument for ultrafast electron diffraction (MeV-UED).
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An extension of the Stanford Research Computing Facility will host several data centers to handle the unprecedented data streams that will be produced by...

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