REIXS - Resonant Elastic and Inelastic X-ray Scattering

A state-of-the-art soft X-ray scattering facility featuring high flux, high resolution and full polarization control. Suitable for studying novel and advanced quantum materials, including strongly correlated electron systems, spintronic materials, high Tc superconductor, nano-scale biomaterials, and more.

Spectral Range

95 - 2000 eV

Techniques

Scattering

  • Resonant Soft X-ray Scattering (RSXS)

Spectroscopy

  • Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering (RIXS)
  • X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism (XMCD)
  • X-ray Magnetic Linear Dichroism (XMLD)

For detailed information about REIXS techniques, visit reixs.lightsource.ca.

Samples

REIXS supports material samples in a variety of forms, including thin films, single crystals, pressed pellets, metal chunks, and powders. Sample size should be kept to a minimum with the maximum size not exceeding 10 mm X 10 mm in area and must be stable in ultra high vacuum. REIXS offers a range of sample temperatures 20 – 450 K and magnetic fields up to 0.7 T.

Please contact REIXS staff to discuss you specific experiment needs. More sample  information is available on the REIXS website.

Specifications

CLS Port 10ID-2
Source 75 mm generalized Apple II Elliptically Polarizing Undulator (EPU)
Resolution 5x10-5 @ 100 eV
1.3x10-4 @ 1000 eV
Spot Sizes RSXS: 250μm × 150μm
RIXS: 50μm × 10μm
Photon Flux
(γ/s/0.1%BW) @ 100 mA 
1 x 1012 @ 100 eV
5 x 1011 @ 1000 eV ​

Contact

Teak Boyko Scientist, Beamline Responsible (REIXS)


Beamline Advisory Team Members:
George Sawatzky 604-822-3540
Alex Moewes 306-966-6431

Visit the REIXS website for a full list of beamline contacts.

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Access

Purchased Access

Purchased access offers quick and accurate solutions to proprietary questions. CLS scientists develop an experimental plan based on the client’s needs, and conduct all data collection and analysis, resulting in a detailed report with key answers to critical questions.

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Peer-Reviewed Access

Academic clients can submit proposals through a peer review process. Beam time is granted based on scientific merit, with the expectation that any results will be published. In special cases, rapid access is also available for instrument or beam time.

Proposal Submission