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(15 Oct 2007 13:18 GMT) - DESY's free-electron laser generates light flashes with the world's smallest wavelength of 6.5 nanometres. After a successful upgrade, the FLASH facility achieved a world premiere by generating flashes of laser light at the minuscule wavelength of 6.5 nanometres (nm), thereby breaking the world record of 13.5 nm it established one year ago. The facility now provides even better research opportunities for the second measuring period, which will begin on 19 November 2007…
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