Optimizing Pulses From Highly Intense X-Ray Beams in Race Toward Ultrafast Imaging of Single Particles

An intense X-ray pulse scatters off a sucrose cluster

An intense X-ray pulse scatters off a sucrose cluster (red, white, and gray spheres are oxygen, carbon and hydrogen atoms, respectively) resulting in ejected electrons (blue spheres) and structural deformation. Image: Stacy Huang

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