SLAC Experiment E144 Home Page

SLAC Experiment 144 Home Page

SLAC, 18 September 1997. An electron (blue) enters the laser beam from the left, and collides with a laser photon to produce a high-energy gamma ray (wiggly yellow line). The electron is deflected downwards. The gamma ray then collides with four or more laser photons to produce an electron-positron pair.


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This page was created by Eric Prebys. It was last modified on Oct. 3, 1997 by Kirk McDonald and Glenn Horton-Smith