In light of the current COVID restrictions and Diamond operational way, we would ask all users planning to apply for beamtime on B22 to get in touch with a member of the beamline staff to discuss feasibility before submitting a proposals. Whilst we will make every effort to facilitate as many experiments as possible, realistically some may be difficult to implement because of their challenging nature, or incompatibility with remote/limited user access.
Fourier Transform IR (FTIR) spectromicroscopy is an extremely effective probe for revealing IR-active vibrational modes of molecular components at the microscopic scale. Using the high brightness SR from Diamond, the MIRIAM beamline provides FTIR spectromicroscopy with a signal-to-noise ratio unreachable by other broadband sources at diffraction limited spatial resolution in confocal geometry (as fine as 3x3 to 15x15 µm2 for e.g. scanning IR microscopy) in the IR fingerprint region. The latest upgrade to the MIRIAM beamline is the coupling of Focal Plane Array (FPA) detector with the SRIR, which is now available for IR imaging in full field mode.
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