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Figure 1
(a) A schematic of the laser AM experiments synchronized with the high-speed X-ray imaging setup. A short-period undulator was used to generate a pseudo-pink beam with a first harmonic energy of 24.4 keV. Two sets of shutters were used to control the X-ray exposure time window. The laser impinged on the specimen from the top. The X-ray beam penetrated the sample from the side and was subsequently converted to visible radiation by the scintillator. Visible-light images were directed to the high-speed camera through a mirror and objective lens. (b) A schematic of the experimental chamber. The laser and X-ray paths are not to scale.

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