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un·du·late

(ŭn'dū-lāt),
Having an irregular, wavy border; denoting the shape of a bacterial colony.
[Mod. L. undula, dim. of unda, wave]

undulate

/un·du·late/ (-lāt)
1. to move in waves or in a wavelike motion.
2. to have a wavelike appearance, outline, or form.un´dulatory

undulate

[un′dyəlit]
to have wavelike fluctuations or oscillations.

un·du·late

(ŭn'dyū-lăt)
Having an irregular, wavy border; denoting the shape of a bacterial colony.
[Mod. L. undula, dim. of unda, wave]

undulate

(of plant leaves) with up-and-down wavy edges.
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Simplified 3D Model of the gear (100:1) between the propeller and the undulator.
n] equivalent to] [gamma][epsilon] assuming that a [beta]-function is constant along the length of the undulator.
When the Advanced Photon Source is completed in 1995 it will have 35 undulators, each much more powerful than the experimental model at Cornell.
How it works: An electron beam colliding with a laser beam produces the same effect as an undulator in a conventional synchrotron, but reduces the physical size of the device by a factor of 200.
In accordance with the technical specifications manufacturing and delivery of permanent magnet structures for 2 undulators of 5m length for the light source Petra III at Desy.
The undulator does the same thing, except that the periodic array of sharp bends is arranged so that light from each bend adds in phase, giving an enormous boost in brightness.
In accordance with the technical specifications manufacturing and delivery of permanent magnet structures for 3 different undulators of 2 m length for the light source PETRA III at DESY.
Contract notice: Cast frames for undulators, EPU 84/95.
Contract award: Hall probe bench for undulator measurement.
Contract notice: Hall probe bench for undulator measurement.
Subject of this procurement is a superconducting undulator, which installed in the storage ring, increase the Strahlbrillianz and should cover the energy range between 90 eV and 15 000 eV.
Volume one of the two-volume set explains the experimental and theoretical aspects of x-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) and x-ray emission spectroscopy (XES), beginning with the physics of photon emission by accelerated charged particles in bending magnets, wigglers, undulators, and free electron lasers.