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The Endstations

In the UHV endstation of the BRANCH A it is possible to perform a multi-spectroscopy investigation with photoemission (including ARPES), x-ray absorption (TEY,PEY,TFY,PFY), x-ray emission and x-ray magnetic circular dichroism in remanence.   A LEED and several electron beam evaporators are available to deposit  selected metals on the sample surface at different temperatures (50 K-750 K).

A SAMPLE-PREPARATION UHV chamber, directly connected to the Endstation A can be used to grow thin films of metals or metal oxides and deposit organic/inorganic molecules, hybrid systems or magnetic elements on solid surfaces.

This endstation is  OPEN TO USERS

The experimental setup of the BRANCH B hosts a new endstation dedicated to x-ray magnetic circular dichroism in high magnetic fields (± 6.5 Tesla) along the beam and variable tempertaure from 1.9 K to 340 K on the sample in a base pressure of 4x10-11 mbar.  A surface preparation chamber will be available soon for the investigations of the magnetic propertis of in situ grown samples. 

This endstation is NOT 
OPEN TO USERS

 

 

The experimental setup of the BRANCH A can also combine Laser and Synchrotron Radiation (SR) in order to study the dynamics of the photo-induced excited states of electronic and magnetic systems with pump-probe time-resolved x-ray absorption spectroscopy. Elettra Synchrotron radiation source provide radiation pulse widths sufficiently short to investigate dynamic processes in the time between 70 ps up to 0.5 μs. Typically, optical excitation of the sample is done by laser pulses (synchronized to either hybrid or multi bunch SR pulses), and probing is performed by time-delayed synchrotron radiation pulses.
 
Time resolved XAS setup is OPEN TO USERS!

A third BRANCH C is also available for the installation of user endstations for long term projects. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 March 2019 19:23