An X-ray absorption spectroscopy beamline, whose synchrotron light source will be a bending magnet. The line will deliver photons within a broad energy range, allowing measurements to be conducted at the absorption edges of many elements. The end station will therefore be intended for materials research of both a basic and applied nature.
The project leader, thanks to whom the research infrastructure will be created, is Hochschule Niederrhein, Universtity of Applied Sciences of Germany, while the project partner is the Synchrotron Light Research Institute of Thailand.
Source: bending magnet
Photon energy range: 1000–12000(15000) eV
Radiation polarisation: linear
End station: for measuring absorption by transmission and fluorescence methods
Research techniques: absorption spectroscopy, XANES, EXAFS.