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1988). The various techniques of cryogenics and of high-Q cavities developed there will be helpful. In the RF-linac based FEL operation, an energy-recovery configuration is desirable and forthcoming for high-power oscillation, because the FEL efficiency (laser power vs. beam power) is still order of few to several percents and the remaining beam power is dumped out unless it is reused. The tests of this configuration have been successfully performed both at LANL and at HEPL. The LANL's uses two structures: one accelerator and another decelerator (Watson,1985), while the HEPL's SCL uses a technique of beam recirculation.

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KEYWORDS Free electron laser; electron accelerators; overview; design study; conducting linac; isotope separation; atomic energy; JAERI super- INTRODUCTION The advantage of a free-electron laser(FEL) over conventional lasers can eventually be pointed out at: 1) tunability, 2) high efficiency and then 3) high-power. The first FEL's characteristics, tunability, can lead to the following usefulness and then applications. For the basic researches, particularly, 1) materials(solid-state physics), 2 ) bio-medical and 3) bio-physical, the coherent and wavelength-variable light sources are expected to be ultimately desirable, whose wavelengths cover both mid- or far-infrared (MIR or FIR) and extreme or vacuum ultraviolet (XUV or VUV), because they are not yet versatilely available from conventional lasers today.

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