Beamline 28-ID-1

  • General Information
    • Source Type
      Damping Wiggler 1.8T Ec = 11keV

      Status
      Construction and Commissioning

      General User Beamtime
      0%

      Energy Range Category
      Hard X-Ray (1-50 keV)

      Energy Range
      39 keV, 64 keV, 75 keV and 117 keV

      Beamline Type
      Facility Beamline

      Beamline Description
      The X-ray Powder Diffraction (XPD) beamline at NSLS-II consists of two branch lines, the high- resolution powder diffraction beamline, XPD-2 and the dedicated Atomic Pair Distribution Function (PDF) beamline, XPD-1. The damping wiggler, DW100 delivers a large energy band-pass white X-ray beam into the First Optical Enclosure (FOE) of the beamline. The horizontally focusing Side Bounce Monochromator (SBM) at XPD-1 receives the part of the white beam that is transmitted through the first crystal of the XPD-2 Double Laue Monochromator (DLM). The SBM is used to select the X-ray photon energy at XPD-1. The vertical focusing of the beam is achieved by using a long bent mirror mounted further downstream in the FOE. XPD-1 offers rapid data acquisition rates (30 frames/s) and high flux required for in-situ operando studies. A wide variety of sample environments including (80 – 500) K Liquid nitrogen cryostream, (5-500) K cryostat, (0-5) T superconducting magnet and gas flow-cells are available at the beamline. Beamline is equipped with an automatic capillary sample alignment system. XPD-1 offers real-time data processing and analysis capabilities with a suite of user-friendly robust software.

      Technique(s)
      X-ray Scattering, Small- and Wide-angle
      X-ray Total Scattering

      Research Types
      Atomic Pair Distribution Function (PDF)

  • Contact Information
    • Spokesperson The person from each beamline who acts as a contact point between the beamline management and NSLS administration. Contact for questions about the beamline scientific program, experimental capabilities, and beamline management.
      A M Abeykoon, Brookhaven National Laboratory, aabeykoon@bnl.gov, 344-2663
      Sanjit Ghose, Brookhaven National Laboratory, sghose@bnl.gov, 344-3611

      Local Contact The beamline staff member who is typically responsible for overseeing the daily operation and maintenance of the beamline. Contact for questions about beamline instrumentation, experimental details, and training.
      Eric Dooryhee, Brookhaven National Laboratory, edooryhee@bnl.gov, 344-2409

      Beamtime Scheduler The beamline staff member responsible for coordination of beamline schedule every trimester. Contact for questions about beamtime scheduling.

      Beamline Phone
      631-344-

  • Instrumentation
    • Beamline Characteristics

      Energy RangeMono Crystal or GratingResolution (ΔE/E)FluxSpot Size (mm)Total Angular Acceptance (mrad)
      39 keV, 64 keV, 75 keV and 117 keV Laue Side Bounce Monochromator 0.4 - 1.0% 5 x 10^13 photons/sec 0.6-2.0 mm (horiz) x 0.1-2.0 mm (vert) 1.1 mrad (horiz) x 0.1 mrad (vert)

      Source Type
      Damping Wiggler 1.8T Ec = 11keV

      Optical System
      Laue Side Bounce Monochromator, Vertically Focusing Mirror, Automatic energy calibration system, Laser alignment system.

      Experimental Apparatus
      2 Area detectors, (80 - 500) K cryostream, (5 - 500) K cryostat, 5 T Superconducting magnet, gas handling system, IR furnace, Automatic sample alignment system.

      Computer System Hardware & Software
      Debian Linux Servers, xPDF Suite, VisTrails, QXRD, Fit2D, EPICS, Python.

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