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Beamline Description


The BaDElPh beamline is an undulator-based normal incidence monochromator (NIM) instrument which provides photons in the energy range 4.6-40 eV with high flux, high energy resolution, and horizontal-vertical linear polarization. The beamline serves an end station to perform primarily high-resolution angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) experiments from solids in the low photon energy regime. Low photon energies (5-15 eV ) provide enhanced bulk sensitiviry, allow for the highest momentum and energy resolution, and are useful for tuning matrix elements which vary rapidly at low energy. The availability of photon energies below 15 eV makes BaDElPh unique among the other ARPES beamlines at Elettra and around the world.  For more details see also L. Petaccia et al., Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 606, 780 (2009).

Last Updated on Monday, 15 January 2018 18:05