Beamline 26-ID-C: Hard X-ray Nanoprobe

X-ray Science Division, APS
Physics, Materials Science

Description

The Nanoprobe beamline program is devoted to hard x-ray structural/chemical nano-imaging at a spatial resolution of 30 nm and with special emphasis on nanoscience.  

 

Supported Techniques

  • Nanodiffraction
  • Nano-fluorescence imaging
  • Nano-tomography
  • Synchrotron X-ray Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (SX-STM)

Beamline Controls and Data Acquisition

Beamline operation: EPICS.  Nanoprobe instrument: EPICS, Zeiss XMController, Python, Matlab, IDL

Detectors

  • SII Vortex-ME4: SDD EDS (4-elements)
  • SII Vortex SDD EDS (single element)
  • PI LCX direct detection CCD
  • Andor scintillator-coupled CCD
  • Oxford scintillator

Local Contacts

Name MARTIN V. HOLT (Nano-diffraction, coherent imaging, phase transitions)
Phone 630.252.5180
Name VOLKER ROSE (Nano-fluorescence, SX-STM, surface physics)
Phone 630.252.9849
Name ROBERT P. WINARSKI (Nano-tomography, energy materials, nanomagnetism)
Phone 630.252.9921
Name IAN L. MCNULTY (Coherent diffractive imaging, nanomagnetism)
Phone 630.252.2882

Beamline Specs

Source (upstream)

3.3 Undulator (Undulator A)

Source (downstream)

3.3 Undulator (Undulator A)

Monochromator Type

DCM, Si(111)

Energy Range

6-12 keV

Resolution (ΔE/E)

1.7 x 10 -4

Flux (photons/sec)

1 x 109 @10 keV

Beam Size (HxV)

Focused

.03µm x .03µm

Unfocused

.5mm x .5mm

For additional information see:
http://www.anl.gov/cnm/group/x-ray-microscopy

Current Status:

Operational/Accepting General Users

Access Mode:

On-site