General beamline description and specificationsThe PHOENIX (Photons for the Exploration of Nature by Imaging and XAFS) beamline produces a high flux of soft to hard X-rays from an elliptical undulator (APPLE II). Two different endstations at two branches provide the users the necessary tools to perform X-ray microspectroscopic measurements (µ-XAS and µ-XRF). They are described briefly here:
The Phoenix Group is part of the Laboratory for Synchrotron Radiation and Femtochemistry (LSF).
|Energy range||0.8 - 8.0 keV PHOENIX I, 0.4 - 2.0 keV PHOENIX II|
|Flux (3 keV)||1 x 1011 ph/s/0.1%BW/0.4 A|
|Focused spot size||2.5 µm x 2.5 µm|