Coherent interactions of high-energy particle beams with crystals.
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Coherent interactions of high-energy particle beams with bent crystals (typically silicon and germanium) constitute a bridge connecting branches of physics spanning from high-energy, to accelerator and solid-state physics. In the last two decades, those phenomena demonstrated to be promising techniques to steer charged particle beam and are now arising as innovative sources of ultra-high energy radiation. Two of the elective applications are the collimation of the proton or lead ion beams circulating in the Large Hadron Collider of CERN (Geneva) and the realization of innovative X and gamma sources.