11A1 BM - (Dragon) MCD, XAS (PRT 75%)

Abstract

This beamline is the world's first Dragon beamline originally designed by Dr. C. T. Chen in 1985. The beamline was transferred from NSLS to TLS and re-constructed in 1998. The original Dragon beamline features separate horizontal and vertical focusing mirrors, and a movable exit slit to provide both high flux and high resolution. After moving to its new home in TLS, the Dragon beamline had a number of improvements, including the addition of two reflection mirrors between the gratings and the exit slit to extend the lowest energy to 10 eV. Six spherical gratings are used to cover an energy range from 10 eV to 1700 eV. This revised Dragon beamline, which is primarily used for performing MCD related experiments, has been operational since 1999.

Areas of Research

X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS), X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS), Magnetic Circular Dichroism (MCD) Spectroscopy, Magnetic Linear Dichroism (MLD) Spectroscopy.

Light Source

TypeBM
Source SizeHorizontal αh =  mm
Vertical αv =  mm
Energy Range10~1700 eV

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Specifications

Endstations

BL Schedule

Optical Layout

Gallery


 Contacts

Endstation

+886-3-578-0281 Ext. 1111

BL Spokesperson

Lin, Hong-Ji (林宏基)
hjlin@nsrrc.org.tw
+886-3-578-0281 Ext. 7113

BL Manager/Local Contact

Chang, Fan-Hsiu (張凡修)
fhchang@nsrrc.org.tw
+886-3-578-0281 Ext. 3110


Techniques

  • X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopies (XPS)

Disciplines

  • Biochemistry

General Information

  • Source: 11A1
  • Energy Range: 10~1700 ev
  • Focused Spot Size: 1.5 × 1.0 mm
  • Status: Operational







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