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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
The Nanoscience beamline exploits the brightest region in Diamond’s spectrum, providing a high-photon flux density for soft X-ray experiments. It combines microfocused soft X-rays with variable linear and circular polarisation and X-ray photoelectron emission microscopy (PEEM) to provide spectroscopic data on nanometre length scales. The intense polarised beam can be focused to a spot several microns in diameter, allowing the study of nanomagnetism and nanostructures.
B07 is a Versatile Soft X-ray (VERSOX) beamline with near ambient pressure XPS/NEXAFS capabilities. The beamline covers a wide range of non-vacuum sample environments. We are currently in the process of installing a second branch of the beamline, to enable high-throughput XPS measurements on multiple samples and in situ NEXAFS studies at up to 1 bar pressure.
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