PtyNAMi: Ptychographic nano-analytical microscope

Andreas Schropp, Ralph Dohrmann, Stephan Botta, Dennis Bruckner, Maik Kahnt, Mikhail Lyubomirskiy, Christina Ossig, Maria Scholz, Martin Seyrich, Michael E. Stuckelberger, Patrik Wiljes, Felix Wittwer, Jan Garrevoet, Gerald Falkenberg, Yakub Fam, Thomas L. Sheppard, Jan Dierk Grunwaldtd, Christian G. Schroer

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Abstract

Ptychographic X-ray imaging at the highest spatial resolution requires an optimal experimental environment, providing a high coherent flux, excellent mechanical stability and a low background in the measured data. This requires, for example, a stable performance of all optical components along the entire beam path, high temperature stability, a robust sample and optics tracking system, and a scatter-free environment. This contribution summarizes the efforts along these lines to transform the nanoprobe station on beamline P06 (PETRAIII) into the ptychographic nano-analytical microscope (PtyNAMi).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)957-971
Number of pages15
JournalJournal of Applied Crystallography
Volume53
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020 Aug 1

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Atom and Molecular Physics and Optics

Keywords

  • in situ imaging
  • multi-modal imaging
  • ptychography
  • tomography
  • X-ray imaging

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