The Nuclear Resonance beamline (ID18) is designed and optimized for the excitation of nuclear levels of probe atoms in the sample under investigation. Key parameters are:

  • optimized flux at the Mössbauer energies in the range from 7 keV to 30 (80) keV
  • high energy resolution down to 0.1 meV level by 'electronic' monochromators
  • ultra-high energy resolution down to 10 neV level by 'nuclear' monochromators
  • time resolution down to sub-ns level
  • use of the pulsed time structure of the synchrotron source

 

Techniques:

NFS - Nuclear Forward scattering

GINRS - Grazing Incidence Nuclear Resonance Scattering

SMS - Synchrotron Mössbauer Source Spectroscopy

NIS - Nuclear Inelastic Scattering

Inealstic Scattering with Mössbauer energy analysis

NQES - Nuclear Quasi-elastic Scatetring

SRPAC - Synchrotron Radiation based Perturbed Angular Correlation

NSAS - Nuclear Small Angle Scattering

 

Sample environment:

Cryo-magnet system

Flow and closed-cycle cryostat

Furnace

UHV environment

Pulsed laser system

Beamline Energy Resolution
2 [eV] @ 14412 [eV]
0.5 [meV] @ 14412 [eV]
0.1 [meV] @ 14412 [eV]
10 * 10-9 [meV] @ 14412 [eV]
Beamline Resolving Power
7 * 103 [deltaE/E] @ 14412 [eV]
3 * 107 [deltaE/E] @ 14412 [eV]
1.5 * 108 [deltaE/E] @ 14412 [eV]
1 * 1012 [deltaE/E] @ 14412 [eV]
Beamline Energy Range
7000 - 80000 [eV]
Max Flux On Sample
5 * 1010 [ph/s] @ 14412 [eV]
Spot Size On Sample Hor
15 - 2000 [um]
Spot Size On Sample Vert
5 - 1000 [um]
contacts
Aleksandr Chumakov
Dimitrios Bessas
Rudolf Rueffer
Techniques
Scattering
  • Nuclear resonant scattering
control/Data analysis
Control Software Type
  • spec
Data Output Type
  • spectra
Data Output Format
  • ascii
Softwares For Data Analysis
  • conuss, nrs, motif, in house
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