X1A: Second‐generation undulator beamlines serving soft x‐ray spectromicroscopy experiments at the NSLS

B. Winn, H. Ade, C. Buckley, M. Howells, S. Hulbert, C. Jacobsen, J. Kirz, I. Mcnulty, J. Miao, T. Oversluizen, I. Pogorelski, S. Wirick

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Abstract

The X1A undulator beamline is being rebuilt with two separate monochromators on its two branches. The new arrangement will deliver spatially coherent beams to imaging experiments, with spectral resolving power of up to 5000, and the capability to optimize the resolving power versus flux. The beamlines will operate simultaneously, and each will use 15 percent of the undulator beam, yet deliver high coherent flux. Because of the small beam divergence, the spherical grating monochromators can operate with fixed exit arms throughout the 250–800 eV range.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages1
JournalReview of Scientific Instruments
Volume67
Issue number9
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 1996

Keywords

  • BNL
  • EV RANGE 100−1000
  • MICROSCOPY
  • NSLS
  • RADIATION FLUX
  • SOFT X RADIATION
  • SYNCHROTRON RADIATION
  • USES
  • X−RAY SOURCES

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Instrumentation

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    Winn, B., Ade, H., Buckley, C., Howells, M., Hulbert, S., Jacobsen, C., Kirz, J., Mcnulty, I., Miao, J., Oversluizen, T., Pogorelski, I., & Wirick, S. (1996). X1A: Second‐generation undulator beamlines serving soft x‐ray spectromicroscopy experiments at the NSLS. Review of Scientific Instruments, 67(9). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1147466