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The 19ID undulator beamline of the Structure Biology Center has been designed and built to take full advantage of the high flux, brilliance and quality of X-ray beams delivered by the Advanced Photon Source. The beamline optics are capable of delivering monochromatic X-rays with photon energies...
A new beamline, fully dedicated to X-ray powder diffraction (XPD) measurements, has been installed after the exit port B of the bending magnet D10 at the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) and commissioned. The technical characteristics of the beamline are described and some...
A new set-up is reported of an indirect cryogenic cooling system for a double-crystal monochromator which runs on the BM30b/FAME beamline at the ESRF (Grenoble, France). This device has been conceived to limit the vibrations on the first diffracting crystal and to maintain it at a constant...
Among the several available X-ray optics for synchrotron radiation producing micrometre and submicrometre beams with high intensity, the X-ray waveguide (WG) can provide the smallest hard X-ray beam in one direction. A drawback of this optics is that, owing to the divergence at the exit, a...
A new method to determine local structure in terms of a few structural parameters is proposed and realised in FitIt software. It is based on fitting of X-ray absorption near-edge structure (XANES) spectra using the combination of full multiple-scattering calculations, and multi-dimensional...
The experimental endstation of the hard X-ray beamline BL9 of the Dortmund Electron Accelerator is equipped with a Huber six-circle diffractometer. It is dedicated to grazing-incidence X-ray diffraction and X-ray reflectivity experiments on solid surfaces and thin films as well as to powder...
Suppressing the stress corrosion cracking (SCC) by reducing the carbon content in austenitic stainless steels is apparently not effective on core shrouds used in boiling water reactors in Japan: trans-granular cracking was found in the shrouds. To clarify the mechanism of the cracking, in situ...
The far-field diffraction pattern of a front-coupled planar waveguide supporting two guided modes has been measured using a white X-ray beam. Interference of the guided modes leads to a characteristic variation of the far-field diffraction pattern for different photon energies. The experiment...
A scanning dynamically focusing sagittal X-ray monochromator accepting 7 mrad of the fan from a 6 T wiggler is in routine use on beamline 16.5 (ultra-dilute spectroscopy) of the SRS at CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory, UK. The energy range covered is 7-27 keV, with a horizontal spot size of <1.1 mm...
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