EXPERIMENTAL STATION 13-3

 

CURRENT STATUS

Open

RESPONSIBLE STAFF

Bart Johnson

EXPERIMENTS

Soft X-ray Coherent Scattering: Resonant, Polarization-dependent;
Lensless Imaging: X-ray Holography, MAD phasing;
X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy

SCHEDULING


Proposal Submittal and Scheduling Procedures
Current SPEAR and Beam Line Schedules

SOURCE

EPU, Linear and Circular Polarization

MONOCHROMATOR

SGM, Rowland Circle

Spherical Grating

300l/mm

600l/mm

1100l/mm

Energy Range

150-400eV

350-750eV

600-1200eV

Entrance Slit: 5-20 microns (typical), movable along beam path
Exit Slit:
30-100 microns (typical)

FOCUSING OPTICS

1313M1 Spherical Mirror, Horizontal Demag. 3:1
133M2 Spherical Mirror, Vertical Demag. 3:2
Spot Size on Sample (min) 24 microns (vertical) x 240 microns (horizontal)

DETECTOR

PI-MTE 1340: In-Vacuum CCD, thermo-electrical cooled
Pixels: 1340x1300 pixels
Pixel size: 20 microns

Distance to sample

20mm (min)

420mm (max)

Numerical Aperture

0.545

0.031

Max. Momentum (800eV)

2.3 nm-1

0.125 nm-1

FoV (800eV) Real Space

2 microns

16.3 microns

Pixel Size (800eV) Real Space

1.4 nm

25 nm

SAMPLE ENVIRONMENT

RT Sample Holder: High Stability, APD for ultrafast applications
Cryostat: 20-300K
Geometry: Transmission, reflection possible
Magnetic Fields: 0.11 Tesla
Laser Pump: In preparation

DATA ACQUISTION

CCD: Winview (Windows)
Beamline Controls: Super (Alpha Station)
CAMAC Crate: Hex scaler, Real time clock, A/D converter
NIM Electronics: Voltage to frequency converter

BEAM LINE PHONE NUMBER: 650-926-5133
On-site Users: Contact the Duty Operator at 9-926-4040
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: See video on the role of aluminum foil in vacuum chamber 'bakeouts.'

BL13-3 Resources, Manual, Documents

SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS /
SELECTED RESULTS

SSRL | Beamlines | User Admin | Safety

Last Updated:

28 JAN 2011

Content Owner:

Andreas Scherz

Page Editor:

Nikola Stojanovic