ELECTRON STORAGE RING, KSR FOR LIGHT SOURCE WITH SYNCHROTRON RADIATION

A. Noda, H. Dewa, H. Fujita, M. Ikegami, Y. Iwashita, S. Kakigi, M. Kando, H. Okamoto, T. Shirai and M. Inoue
Nuclear Science Research, Facility, Institute for Chemical Research Kyoto University
Gokanosho, Uji-city, Kyoto 611, Japan
K.Mashiko
Nihon Kensetsu Kogyo Co Ltd., 5-13-11 Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105, Japan

Abstract

A small electron storage ring (KSR) in a race track shape with the triple bend doubly achromatic lattice and the circumference of 25.7 m is now under construction. Its maximum energy and radius of curvature in the bending section is 300 MeV and 0.835 m, respectively. The critical wave length of the radiation from the dipoles is 17nm. In order to enable future installation of a insertion device for much shorter wave length, two long straight sections, 5.62 m in length are provided. The magnet system consisting of dipole, quadrupole and sextupole magnets are already aligned with precision of a few tenth mm.
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