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wiggler

[′wig·lər]
(nucleonics)
A system of transverse, periodic electromagnetic fields, generally used in a storage ring or synchrotron to increase the intensity of synchrotron radiation, increase reaction rates in high-energy physics experiments, produce quasimonochromatic photon beams, and amplify photon beams from other sources, as in the free-electron laser.
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