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Integration and test of pulsed laser system for surface treatment of vacuum pipes at the Large Hadron Collider

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A combination of picosecond 532 nm laser, 15 m long hollow-core fiber and a crawling robot is designed to roughen the inner vacuum pipe surfaces of selected LHC magnets and achieve secondary electron yield reduction.

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