Unified Data Sheet

P66 - time resolved Luminescence spectroscopy Beamline

The primary monochromator energy range is in between 3.7-40eV.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

techniques available

UV- VUV spectroscopy

photon source
Bending Magnet
length

2.3 m

source brilliance 

4.5 x 10 13 ph /s / 0.1% bw / mA    (max. 100mA)

polarization available
linear horizontal
energy range 

3.7 eV - 40 eV

Primary Monochromator spectral resolution

resolutions are 0.02 nm, 0.05 nm and 0.32 nm with corresponding slits 10, 100 and 500 µm

spot size ON SAMPLE 

0.1x0.5 mm

sample type

Solid Samples and Powders

OPTICS

type

2 m normal incidence primary monochromator

available gratings
Al+MgF2  and  Pt
energy range         

>3.7 eV - 40 eV

resolving power 
deltaE : 0.02 nm- 0.32 nm

type

Mirror 1 and 2

Coating

Gold

Energy Range

3.7- 40 eV

Usage

M1 - Horizontal focussing
M2 - Vertical focussing

ENDSTATION

Sample Enviroment
Vacuum 

Ultra High Vacuum sample chamber with motorized sample holder for 30 samples on each side

Temperature 

Flow He cryostat with T range 10K - 380K, controlled by Lake Shore temperature controller

SECONDARY MONOCHROMATORS AND DETECTORS

UV- VIS monochromator

PMT (200-800nm) and CCD detector (200-1200nm)

VUV-Pouey monochromator  

Solar Blind PMT (110-310nm) and MCP (110-600nm)

Absorption

Photodiode

Reflectivity

PMT (200-800nm)

CONTROL/DATA ANALYSIS

Software type

Tango, Solis, SpectLab

Data output type

Position of the monochromator, intensity, temperature and time

Data output

ASCII

SUPPORT LAB


A chemical lab with typical pellet press and most basic equipment will be available.