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  • The IRIS THz/Infrared beamline at BESSY II

    At BESSY II a large acceptance angle, multipurpose infrared beamline is available, comprising several end stations suitable for material and life science investigations. The beamline provides highly brilliant infrared radiation over the energy range from about 20,000 down to 30 cm-1 and even lower when BESSY II is run in the so-called low-a mode.

    FEI Helios NanoLab 460F1 FIB-SEM

    The FEI Helios NanoLab 460F1 is a highly advanced dual beam FIB-SEM platform for imaging and analytical measurements, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) sample and atom probe (AP) needle preparation, process development and process control. For these purposes, the FEI Helios NanoLab 460F1 combines an ElstarTM UC technology electron column for high-resolution and high material contrast imaging with the high-performance TomahawkTM ion column for fast and precise sample preparation. The FEI ...

    PAES: Positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectrometer

    Positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy (PAES) is a newly developed application for surface studies with high elemental selectivity and exceptional surface sensitivity. The instrument is operated by the Technische Universität München and is located at NEPOMUC.

    mySpot: a versatile microfocussing station for scanning methods at BESSY II

    Zizak, Ivo (2016)
    mySpot is a versatile microfocussing station for scanning methods with resolution down to 1.5 µm, providing a combination of methods which can be performed simultaneously at the same sample position. It is especially designed (but not limited to) for the study of hierarchically structured biological samples. Structural information from different length scales (XRD - crystalline, SAXS - nanometer, Video-microscope - micrometer, sample translation - milimeter) can be combined with chemical info...

    Superdeep Tests and Experiments at 9.1 km and 4 km

    The Continental Deep Drilling Program of Germany (in German: Kontinentales Tiefbohrprogramm der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, abbreviated as KTB) was a scientific drilling project near the town of Windischeschenbach, Bavaria. The KTB Depth Laboratory comprises two 9.1 km and 4 km deep, water-filled boreholes in crystalline basement rocks just 200 meters apart from each other. Available equipment such as cables, winches, geophysical borehole tools as well as workshops and office infrastructure a...
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