We have recently published our B21 Beamline Paper in Journal of Synchotron Radiation. Here you can find in detailed description of the beamline. If you publish work carried out on B21, please remember to cite it:
Beamline B21: high-throughput small-angle X-ray scattering at Diamond Light Source.
Cowieson N. P.; Edwards-Gayle C. J. C.; Inoue K.; Khunti N. S.; Doutch J.; Williams E.; Daniels S.; Preece G.; Krumpa N. A.; Sutter J. P.; J. Tully M. D.; Terrill N. J.; Rambo R. P.; Synchrotron Radiat. 2020, 27, 1438–1446.
B21 utilises a bending magnet source and delivers ~4 x 10^12 photons/sec directly to the sample. The photons are distributed over a large 1.1 x 0.2 mm cross-section which is particularly helpful in minimising radiation damage while enhancing the signal of the particles. Our detector is currently configured to measure a scattering vector (q) range from 0.0032 to 0.38 Å-1.
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