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The concepts and technical realisation of the high‐resolution soft X‐ray beamline ADRESS operating in the energy range from 300 to 1600 eV and intended for resonant inelastic X‐ray scattering (RIXS) and angle‐resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (ARPES) are described. The photon source is...
Synchrotron‐based photoemission electron microscopy (PEEM; probing the surface region) and time‐of‐flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF‐SIMS; probing the uppermost surface layer) have been used to image naturally heterogeneous samples containing chalcopyrite (CuFeS2), pentlandite...
The propagation of X‐rays through a compound refractive lens (CRL) with imperfect CRL elements is investigated. The trajectories of random rays within the geometrical optics regime are calculated in one plane using Monte Carlo methods. Three different lenses were simulated: Be, Al and Ni lenses...
Carbon K‐edge X‐ray spectroscopy has been applied to the study of a wide range of organic samples, from polymers and coals to interstellar dust particles. Identification of carbonaceous materials within these samples is accomplished by the pattern of resonances in the 280–320 eV energy...
The first processing step in synchrotron‐based micro‐tomography is the normalization of the projection images against the background, also referred to as a white field. Owing to time‐dependent variations in illumination and defects in detection sensitivity, the white field is different from...
The design and features of a beamline control software system for macromolecular crystallography (MX) experiments developed at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) are described. This system, MxCuBE, allows users to easily and simply interact with beamline hardware components and...
A high‐repetition‐rate mechanical shutter with asynchronous control and sub‐millisecond operation has been developed and tested for specialist X‐ray systems in the field of medical diagnostics and radiation therapy. Capacitor‐coupled linear voice coil actuators are utilized to achieve...
A confocal set‐up is presented that improves micro‐XRF and XAFS experiments with high‐pressure diamond‐anvil cells (DACs). In this experiment a probing volume is defined by the focus of the incoming synchrotron radiation beam and that of a polycapillary X‐ray half‐lens with a very...
Volumetric data at micrometer level resolution can be acquired within a few minutes using synchrotron‐radiation‐based tomographic microscopy. The field of view along the rotation axis of the sample can easily be increased by stacking several tomograms, allowing the investigation of long and...
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