|Low Energy Wiggler Beamline
|High Energy Wiggler Beamline
|Powder Diffraction (PXRD)||✓||✓|
|PXRD: High Pressure Powder Diffraction||✓|
|Small Molecule Crystallography||✓|
|X-ray Diffraction (XRD)||✓||✓||✓|
|XRD: Grazing Incidence X-ray Diffraction (GIXRD)||✓||✓|
|XRD: Magnetic Resonant Diffraction||✓*|
|XRD: Anomalous X-ray Diffraction||✓|
|XRD: Reciprocal Space Mapping||✓|
|Small and Wide Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS/WAXS)||✓||✓*|
|SAXS: Grazing Incidence Small Angle X-ray Scattering (GISAXS)||✓||✓*|
|Low Angle X-ray Reflectivity||✓||✓|
|High Q-space PDF (HQ-PDF)||✓|
|Diffraction Anomalous Fine Structure (DAFS)||✓*||✓*|
|X-ray Emission Spectroscopy (XES): Inelastic X-ray Scattering||✓*|
|* Techniques currently being commissioned|
- Cryostream: temperature control from 80-500K
- Helium Cryostat: enables experiments down to 10K (-263 ºC)
- High Temperature Flow Cell: temperatures up to 1070K (+800 ºC) with gas flow for capillary format samples
- Dual-Sample High Temperature Flow Cell: emperatures up to 1273K (+1000 ºC) with gas flow for samples in capillary format (two can be loaded at a time)
- IBM Endstation: temperatures up to 1000ºC with rapid thermal annealing (RTA), ultra-high purity N2 or He, and in-situ electric resistance probes and roughness measurements, all while measuring XRD.
Visit the BXDS website for more detailed sample information.
|Source||In-Vacuum Wiggler||In-Vacuum Wiggler||In-Vacuum Undulator|
|Resolution||ΔE/E, Si (111): 2.8 × 10-4 at 7.1 keV to 6.4 × 10-4 at 15.9 keV.
Si (311): 2.5 × 10-4 at 12.9 keV to 4.5 × 10-4 at 22.5 keV.
|Si111, Si422 and Si533 side bounce Laue monochromator||1% (multilayer monochromator) - 0.01% (Si monochromator)|
|Typical spot sizes||Better than 150 μm vertical x 500 μm
||~100 μm vertical x 2 - 20 mm horizontal||170 μm Horizontal x 50 μm Vertical|
|Maximum Photon Flux||1 x 1012 to 5 x 1012 ph/s||1011 - 1014 ph/sec||
Beatriz Moreno Senior Scientist, Beamline Responsible (BXDS)
Visit the BXDS website for a full list of beamline contacts.
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