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IR Beamline B22

IR Beamline B22

Assembly of mirror M1

IR Beamline B22

Assembly of mirror M1

IR Beamline B22

1st part of B22 during backout process.

IR Beamline B22

Assembly of Chamber B2.

IR Beamline B22

Assembly of mirror M2.

IR Beamline B22

Layout

Infrared Beamline for ASP

Infrared Beamline for ASP


complete Beamline

Infrared Beamline for ASP


3D Drawing

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Pressrelease from ASP

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Parts of the Beamline Chambers after the FAT
at FMB.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Granite block in place at ASP.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M1
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M1
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M1
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M1
at ASP side.
Vibration tests with water flow.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M2
at ASP side.
Installation of the mirror at the mirrorholder.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M2
at ASP side.
Installation of the mirror at the mirrorholder.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of mirrorchamber M2
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of the IR Beamline (HV Part)
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of the IR Beamline (HV Part)
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Installation of the IR Beamline (HV Part)
at ASP side.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


The first light.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


The first light.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


The first light.

Infrared Beamline for ASP


Lighttests.

ISMI Beamline

ISMI Beamline

Diamandfenster mit Kardanhalterung

ISMI Beamline

Diamandfenster mit Kardanhalterung
(Kipp– und Drehhalterung) und M5 Kammer

ISMI Beamline

Spiegelkammer 6 and 7 während der Montage

ISMI Beamline

Spiegelkammer 6 and 7 während der Montage

ISMI Beamline

Spiegel während der Montage

ISMI Beamline

Spiegel während der Montage

ISMI Beamline

ISMI Beamline während der Installation bei der SSLS

U55–Beamline

U55 Beamline


frontend during bakeout on Delta (Dortmund)

U55 Beamline


beamline during bakeout on Delta (Dortmund)

U55 Beamline


chamber group 2

U55 Beamline


chamber group 4

U55 Beamline


chamber group 5

U55 Beamline


mirror chamber for the beamline

U55 Beamline


frontend installed on DELTA (Dortmund)

U55 Beamline


frontend installed on DELTA (Dortmund)
with opened mirror chamber.

U55 Beamline


frontend mirror chamber
with mirror holder and
without mirror

U55 Beamline


frontend installed on DELTA (Dortmund)
with opened mirror chamber.

U55 Beamline


installation of the mirror in the mirror holder
for the frontend mirror chamber

U55 Beamline


installation of the mirror in the mirror holder
for the frontend mirror chamber

U55 Beamline


mirror chamber for the beamline

U55 Beamline


opened mirror chamber for the beamline

U55 Beamline


installation of the mirror in the mirror holder
for the beamline mirror chamber

SUL Beamline

SUL Baugruppe 1

SUL Baugruppe 3.

SUL Assembly 3.

SUL Baugruppe 2

SUL Baugruppe 3.

SUL Assembly 3.

SUL Baugruppe 3

SUL Baugruppe 3.

SUL Assembly 3.

SUL Baugruppe12

SUL Baugruppe 12.

SUL Assembly 12.

SUL Baugruppe14

SUL Baugruppe 14.

SUL Assembly 14.

SUL Baugruppe14 - Manipulator Slit 4vu

SUL Baugruppe 14.
Manipulator Slit.

SUL Assembly 14.
Manipulator Slit.

SUL Baugruppe14 - Manipulator Slit 4vu

SUL Baugruppe 14.
Manipulator Slit.

SUL Assembly 14.
Manipulator Slit.

SUL Blendensystem 01

SUL Blendensystem 01.

SUL Aperture 01.

SUL Photon Shutter

SUL Photon Shutter

SUL Photon Shutter

SUL Photon Shutter.

SUL Profilmonitor

SUL Profilmonitor

SUL Profilmonitor

SINS Beamline

SSLS SINS Monochromator

Monochromator

SINS Frontendinstallation

Frontend installation.

SINS Frontendinstallation

Frontend installation.

SINS Frontendinstallation

Frontend installation.
Bakeout process.

SINS Frontend

Frontend installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Beamlineinstallation

Beamline installation.

SINS Polarizer Slit

Polarizer Slit

IR Beamline for Bessy II

IR Beamline

BESSY II Synchrotron Light Source
Infrared – Beamline
during assembly



Descriptions

IR Beamline B22

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Technical Description


Beamline B22 will be a InfraRed MicroSpectroscopy facility to perform diffraction limited microscopy and molecular sensitive imaging on both biological systems and inorganic materials.
Fourier Transform IR interferometers coupled to IR microscopes on two experimental end stations will span the whole IR range from the near to the far–IR.

Technical Datas


Radiation IR photon beam, maintaining synchrotron radiation brightness in the whole spectral range from 10000 cm-1 (λ=1 λm) to 20 cm-1 (λ=500 λm).
Bending and edge radiation IR sources.

Overview Visible to far-IR components of the SR will be mirror reflected with high efficiency on metallic surfaces, and refocused twice by ellipsoidal mirrors to go through, respectively, the survey port and the final IR transparent windows.
Mirrors M1 and M2 are sited in the front end area within the Diamond storage ring to, respectively, deflect upward and focus the SR beam through the storage ring shield wall aperture(survey port).
Mirrors M3, M4a plus M4b are located in cabins outside the storage ring to deflect downward and refocus the beam to the line ends (diamond windows).

Optics The first optical element in the beamline is a plane, gold coated, aluminium alloy mirror, M1.
This is placed 5.00 m from the bending magnet source and at 45° with respect to the incident beam that deflects vertically the IR and visible SR to a second mirror M2.
M1 is un-cooled to prevent any vibration issues, so excessive heat-load is avoided by a horizontal slot in the centre to reject the X-ray component confined in the central part of the synchrotron beam (~ 2 mrad vertically centred on the SR emission plane).
The second optical element of the front-end is an ellipsoidal gold coated mirror M2 at an angle of 45° with respect to the vertical beam leaving M1, that focuses the SR light
through the survey port in the shield wall.
M2 will be located 0.77 m above M1 and at 2.17 m elevation from the floor (for a final distance from the 1st focal spot of 13.00 m).
The third optical element, outside the shield wall, is an ellipsoidal gold coated mirror M3 at an angle of 45° with respect to the beam leaving M2, that focuses SR light downward. The mirror will be located 26.00 m downstream of M2, and is to be at the same height.
M3 refocuses the image from the 1st focus (13.00 m upstream of M3) to the end of the beamline (2.77 m downstream of M3 and 80 mm after the diamond windows), via mirrors M4.
The final optical elements are the two plane, gold coated, aluminium mirrors M4a and M4b. M4a will be at 45° with respect to the vertical beam from M3 and will pass the beam towards one diamond window.
M4b will be at -45° with respect to the vertical beam leaving M3 and will pass the beam towards the opposite diamond window.
M4a and M4b will be located 1.15 m below M3 (1.02 m above floor level), they will be fixed at 90° one to the other and each large enough to take the entire IR fan.
The pair of mirrors are to be moved in and out of the beam leaving M3 to select which fraction of the IR fan is be passed to each end station. 
Beam Options will be: all radiation to end station 1, all radiation to end-station 2 or a fraction of the SR (edge and bending fans) to each end station simultaneously.

Customer & Period


Customer:

Diamond Light Source
Period of Implementation:

July 2008 to July 2009

 

Infrared Beamline for ASP

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Technical Description


The IR beamline will be used for IR spectromicroscopy and high resolution IR spectroscopy. The IR Beamline at the Australian Synchrotron aims to deliver world class performance in terms of a bright and highly stable photon beam covering a wavelength range of from 0.4 to 100 µm. It is intended to be able to perform visible, near, and mid IR (0.4 to 15 µm) with the microscope, and mid to far IR (100 µm) with the spectrometer. The complete beamline consists of the IR extraction system, which links to a beamsplitting unit, which separates the incident beam into two parts, one predominantly edge radiation, and the other predominantly bending magnet radiation. Each beamline is directed to matching optics boxes which are sited immediately before the instruments in the optical path and match the incoming photon beam to the entrance apertures of the instrument.

Technical Datas


Type of radiation Using edge radiation and bending magnet radiation

Details -Infrared extraction system
-CVD Diamond window
-Periscope
-Optic matching boxes for both spectrometers

Beam splitting system Separation into two parts for edge radiation and bending magnet radiation
Mirror numbers edge radiation line: 11
bending magnet radiation line: 12

Customer & Period


Customer:

Australian Synchtrotron Project, Melbourne, Australia
Period of Implementation:

March 2006 bis March 2007

 

ISMI Beamline

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Technical Description


Infrarot Spektroskopie und Mikroskopie (ISMI) Beamline.

Technical Datas


Radiation source: Dipole

Wavelength range: NIR to FIR (1µm .. 10mm or 104cm-1 .. 1 cm-1)

Vacuum range: UHV up to the diamond window HV/MV downstream the diamond window up to the entrance of the spectrometer

Mirrors: Mirror 1: plane, water cooled, GLIDCOP–Ni/Au–coating Mirror 2 and 3: toroidal, fused silica, Au–coating Mirror 4: plane, fused silica, Au–coating Mirror 5: plane, fused silica, Au–coating, switching mirror Mirror 6: ellipsoidal, fused silica, Au–coating Mirror 7: plane, fused silica, Au–coating

Beam diagnostics: 2 CCD–Cameras viewing M1 and M2

Diamond window: Bruker IFS 66V/SCVD diamond pressure window, free inner diametre 30mm, 1°wedged,on an 2–axis angular stage

Spektrometer: Bruker IFS 66V/S

Customer & Period


Customer:

Singapore Synchrotron Light Source (SSLS)
Period of Implementation:

August 2004 to March 2005

 

U55 Beam Line on DELTA (Dortmund)

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Technical Description


analysis of solids and surfaces

Technical Datas


Radiation source: Undulator U55

Energy range: 50 ... 1600 eV

Photon flux in front of mirror 1: approx. 5x1016 Ph / s mm2

Minimum focus size: 80mm-3 x 10mm-3

Resolution of the Monochromator: high photon flux mode >= 2.000
high resolution mode >= 10.000

Heat load: approx.. 50 W (in front of mirror 1)

Monochromator: plane grating / plane mirror - Monochromator with three gratings (Jenoptik)

Exit slit: solid joint

Mirrors: collimation mirror (toroidal)
focussing mirror (cylindrical)
refocussing mirror (toroidal)

Beam diagnostics: Beam position monitors
Intensity monitor
Fluorescence screens
Ionisation monitor

Customer & Period


Customer:

University Dortmund – faculty physics
Period of Implementation:

January 2002 to March 2003

 

SUL Beamline

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Technical Description


Beam pipe for X–radiation
Absorption, fluorescence, diffraction, SAXS experiments

Technical Datas


Radiation source: Wiggler, Undulator

Energy range: 1.4 ... 21 keV

Photon flux on sample: cmax. approx. 1019 Ph / s mm2

Resolution on sample: > 3300

Beam power: approx. 2 kW (before mirror 1)

Monochromator: bicrystal monochromator (KOHZU)

Spiegel: 2 focussing mirrors with bending systems (IRELEC)
Kirkpatrick–Baez–Mirror (IRELEC)

Beam diagnostics: Beam position monitors,
Intensity monitor,
Fluorescence monitors,
Polarization monitor,
Beam profile monitors


Customer & Period


Customer:

Karlsruhe Angstrom Source (ANKA),
Synchrotron–Umweltlabor (SUL)

Period of Implementation:

January 2001 to December 2002

 

SINS Beamline

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Technical Description


Surface, Interface, and Nanostructure Science Beam Line (SINS)

Photoemission Spectroscopy (PES)
Photoemission Electron Microscopy (PEEM)
X-Ray Photoelectron Diffraction (XPD)
Soft X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism (SXMCD)
Absorption Spectroscopy (NEXAFS, XANES)

Technical Datas


Radiation source: Dipol

Energy range: 50 ... 1400 eV

Photon flux on sample: ca. 1011 Ph / s / 100 mA

Resolution on sample: > 5000

Beam power: approx. 2 kW (before mirror 1)

Monochromator: Dragon monochromator (FMB) 4 exchangeable Si–gratings

Mirrors: 2 focussing mirrors with bending systems (IRELEC) Refocussing mirror (IRELEC)

Beam diagnostics: Beam position monitors
Intensity monitor
Fluorescence monitors
Polarization monitor
Beam profile monitors


Customer & Period


Customer:

Singapore Synchrotron Light Source (SSLS)

Period of Implementation:

April 2001 to July 2002

 

IR Beamline for Bessy II

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Technical Description


IR Beamline für Bessy II

Customer & Period


Customer:

Bessy II
Period of Implementation: