Welcome to Surface and Interfaces
The Surface and Interfaces village brings together six beamlines with a range of techniques for investigating structural, magnetic and electronic properties of surfaces and interfaces.
I05-ARPES is a facility dedicated to the study of electronic structures of solids and their surfaces by Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy (ARPES). The ultrahigh vacuum low temperature high resolution ARPES end station is served by an intense, highly monochromatic VUV to XUV photon beam from a variable polarisation Apple II undulator.
Beamsize: < 100 microns
Energy: 18 - 240 eV;
Wavelength: 60 - 5 nm; 2.5 nm
Detector: VG Scienta R4000 analyser
I06 is a polarised spectroscopy and microscopy beamline equipped with a PEEM, 6T low temperature (1.5K) superconducting magnet, 2T vector magnet as well as soft x-ray diffraction vacuum goniometer.
Energy: First harmonic circular: 106 - 1300 eV | Linear Horizontal: 80 - 2100 eV | Linear Vertical: 130 - 1500 eV
I07 is a high-resolution X-ray diffraction beamline for investigating the structure of surfaces and interfaces under different environmental conditions, including, for example, semiconductors and biological films.
Beamsize: 200µm x 300µm
Energy: 6-30 keV
Detector: Pilatus 100K, Pilatus 2M, Cyberstar, APD
B07 will be a highly versatile soft x-ray beamline for NEXAFS/XPS suitable for studies of heterogenous catalysis, pharmaceuticals & biomaterials under realistic conditions, electronic & photonic materials, atmospheric & space science on liquids/ices and heritage conservation.
Beamsize: 48 μm (H) × 21 μm (V) - TBC
Energy: 50 - 2800 eV
Wavelength: 24.8 - 0.44 nm
I09 is designed to provide both soft and hard X-rays for high-resolution studies of atomic and electronic structures of surfaces and interfaces using photoelectron spectroscopy, near edge X-ray absorption fine structure, X-ray standing waves and photoelectron diffraction.
Beamsize: 30 µm (H) x 15 µm (V), defocusing possible
Energy: 100 - 2100 ev, 2.1 - 20 keV
Detector: VG Scienta EW4000, Photodiodes
I10 is a beamline for the study of electronic and magnetic structure using soft X-ray resonant scattering (reflection and diffraction) and X-ray absorption. It allows a broad range of studies focused on the spectroscopic properties and magnetic ordering of novel nanostructured systems
Beamsize: 200 x 20 µm
Energy: 500-1600 eV
Detector: Photodiode, Channeltrone