Abstract

Laser-wakefield-accelerated electrons were used to drive an all-optical undulator source, a 5-keV betatron X-ray source and a tunable quasi-monochromatic Compton-X-ray source. Also, we present a phase-contrast tomogram of a fly obtained with the betatron beam.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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