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In this chapter measurement results will be presented. On nine dedicated shifts polarization experiments have been performed resulting in 23 runs. Not all runs resulted in reasonable data. It was observed that very stable beam conditions were needed in order to guarantee good measurements and that small perturbations (like the closing of a gap by a few mm which leads to additional aperture and thus to a decrease in lifetime) could render a run useless. In the first section results of the polarization build-up measurements are presented, while the second section deals with the energy calibration measurements.