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  • The KMC-3 XPP beamline at BESSY II

    Zizak, Ivo; Gaal, Peter (2017)
    The KMC-3 beamline is installed at teh bending magnet of the BESSY II synchrotron light source. It provides focused beam of monochromatic X-ray light at energies between 2.2 and 14 keV. It is dedicated to two experiments: X-ray Pump Probe (XPP) and CryoEXAFS.

    The PM3 beamline at BESSY II

    Kachel, Torsten (2016)
    PM3 merges the developments of the former BESSY I SX700 III monochromator for elliptically polarized VUV radiation and of BESSY II collimated plane grating monochromators. This way it is possible to achieve circular polarization from a BESSY II dipole in the range 20 – 2000 eV with high photon flux, high energy resolution and high stability.

    PUMA: Thermal three axes spectrometer

    Sobolev, Oleg; Park, Jitae T. (2015)
    Three axes spectrometers allow the direct measurement of the scattering function S(Q, ω) in single crystals at well defined points of the reciprocal lattice vector Q and frequency ω and thus represent the most general instrument type. PUMA, which is jointly operated by the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and the Technische Universität München, is characterised by a very high neutron flux as a result of the efficient use of focussing techniques.

    E2: The Flat-Cone Diffractometer at BER II

    Jens-Uwe Hoffmann; Manfred Reehuis (2018)
    The flat-cone diffractometer E2 at the research reactor BER II is a thermal neutron single-crystal diffractometer for 3D reciprocal space mapping by using four delay-line area detectors (300 × 300 mm2). Alternatively it is suitable for powder measurements with medium resolution and broad 2-theta scattering range.

    CXS: Coherent X-ray scattering at the UE49-SGM at BESSY II

    Engel, Dieter; Mishra, Durga; Eisebitt, Stefan (2016)
    The coherent soft-x-ray scattering experiment CXS has been developed to study nano-structured magnetic and nonmagnetic thin film samples in transmission or reflection geometry. A nanometer precision movable sample stage in a 1 Tesla magnet vector field together with a movable CCD detector, variable in sample – CCD distance, allows both XMCD and XMLD experiments in transmission and reflection as well as imaging techniques such as Fourier transform holography and ptychography.
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