I02 has now been closed. Having taken first users in 2007, in August 2016 the beamline took its last users. VMXi, a microfocus, fully automated, in situ data collection beamline is the replacement for I02. You can find out more about VMXi here.
We would like to wish every success to all who have used I02 over the years - we hope to see you at VMXi soon!
If you are depositing a structure solved at I02, here are the details you may need to know:
|Mirrors||Kirkpatrick Baez (KB) bimorph mirror pair for horizontal and vertical focussing|
3.7 x 1012 ph/s (200 micron aperture)
4.4 x 1011 ph/s (20 micron aperture)
1.7 x 1011 ph/s (10 micron aperture)
Measured @ 12658 eV, through 250 x 250 micron slits and 300 mA ring current
|Available wavelengths (Å)||0.5 - 2.48, 0.979 as standard|
|Available energies (keV)||5.0 - 25.0, 12658 as standard|
|Apertures||200 micron, 20 micron and 10 micron|
|Goniometer||Single axis, horizontal air bearing|
|Sample Robotics||Rigaku ACTOR with unipucks for SPINE standard pins|
|Detector||Pilatus 6MF (Pixel Array Detector) - from 25/04/2012 until 04/08/2016|
|Detector||ADSC Quantum 315 (CCD) - from opening until 25/03/2012|
|Temperature Control||Oxford Instruments Cryojet XL (100 K as standard)|
|Humidity Control||Arinax HC1b|
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