Beamline I15 is dedicated to X-ray powder diffraction experiments at extreme pressures and temperatures. Research topics include fundamental Physics and Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Science as well as Materials Science and Engineering.
The beamline provides monochromatic high-energy X-rays from 20 to 80 keV. These X-rays focussed and collimated down to ≤20 µm can penetrate into complex sample assemblies permitting detailed mapping of structural order or disorder, chemical fingerprinting or structure determination.
Join us at our high-pressure workshop New Opportunities for High P-T Research at Diamond, 26th - 27th February 2019.
I15 has acquired a micromanipulator 'Axis Pro' from MicroSupport Co., Ltd. The system will be installed and commissioned in March 2019. It is going to be amazing! Watch this video from MicroSupport to see the loading of a diamond-anvil cell with the Axis Pro.
Laser-heating system for high-pressure X-ray diffraction at the Extreme Conditions beamline I15 at DLS. Anzellini et al., J. Synchrotron Rad 25., Nov. 2018. 10.1107/S1600577518013383
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