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Beamline 13-BM-D: Sector 13 - Bending Magnet Beamline End Station

GSECARS
GeoScience, Environmental Science

Description

Beamline 13 BMD is a bending magnet beamline specialized for earth and environmental science research.

 

Supported Techniques

  • Tomography
  • High-pressure diamond anvil cell
  • High-pressure multi-anvil press
  • X-ray absorption fine structure

Beamline Controls and Data Acquisition

Windows and Linux workstations running EPICS with VME, SPEC, IDL, marCCD, mar345, Princeton Instruments WinView and WinSpec.

Detectors

  • Canberra 16-element Ge detectors (2)
  • MAR-165 CCD (3) and MAR-345 online image plate (2)
  • Dectris Pilatus 100K pixel array detector (2)
  • Vortex single-element and 4-element detectors (2)
  • Princeton Instruments visible light CCD cameras (6)
  • Canberra single element Ge and Si(Li) detectors (3)

Additional Equipment

  • 250-ton multi-anvil press with DIA, deformation DIA, rotational Drickamer, T-cup tooling (13-BM-D)
  • Diamond anvil cell with on-line Brillouin spectroscopy
  • Laser Raman system in support laboratory

Local Contacts

Name MARK L. RIVERS (Tomography)
Phone 630.252.0422
Name MATTHEW G. NEWVILLE (XAFS)
Phone 630.252.0431
Name ANTONIO LANZIROTTI (XAFS)
Phone 630.252.
Name VITALI B. PRAKAPENKA (Diamond Anvil Cell )
Phone 630.252.0439
Name YANBIN WANG (Multi-anvil Press)
Phone 630.252.0425

Beamline Specs

Source

Bending Magnet

Monochromator Type

Si(111)

Energy Range

4.5-70 keV

Resolution (ΔE/E)

1 x 10 -4

Flux (photons/sec)

1 x 109 @10 keV

Beam Size (HxV)

Focused

10µm x 30µm

Unfocused

50mm x 4mm

For additional information see:
http://gsecars.uchicago.edu/page/13-bmd

Current Status:

Operational/Accepting General Users

Access Mode:

On-site