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- 0.32 nm with corresponding slits 10- 2000 µm

spot size ON SAMPLE 

0.2x0.5 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 is available.