FemtoMAX - An X-ray beamline for structural dynamics at the short-pulse facility of MAX IV

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FemtoMAX - An X-ray beamline for structural dynamics at the short-pulse facility of MAX IV. / Enquist, Henrik; Jurgilaitis, Andrius; Jarnac, Amelie; Bengtsson, Åsa U.J.; Burza, Matthias; Curbis, Francesca; Disch, Christian; Ekström, J. Carl; Harb, Maher; Isaksson, Lennart; Kotur, Marija; Kroon, David; Lindau, Filip; Mansten, Erik; Nygaard, Jesper; Persson, Anna I.H.; Pham, Van Thai; Rissi, Michael; Thorin, Sara; Tu, Chien Ming; Wallén, Erik; Wang, Xiaocui; Werin, Sverker; Larsson, Jörgen.

I: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, Vol. 25, Nr. 2, 01.03.2018, s. 570-579.

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Enquist, Henrik ; Jurgilaitis, Andrius ; Jarnac, Amelie ; Bengtsson, Åsa U.J. ; Burza, Matthias ; Curbis, Francesca ; Disch, Christian ; Ekström, J. Carl ; Harb, Maher ; Isaksson, Lennart ; Kotur, Marija ; Kroon, David ; Lindau, Filip ; Mansten, Erik ; Nygaard, Jesper ; Persson, Anna I.H. ; Pham, Van Thai ; Rissi, Michael ; Thorin, Sara ; Tu, Chien Ming ; Wallén, Erik ; Wang, Xiaocui ; Werin, Sverker ; Larsson, Jörgen. / FemtoMAX - An X-ray beamline for structural dynamics at the short-pulse facility of MAX IV. I: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation. 2018 ; Vol. 25, Nr. 2. s. 570-579.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - FemtoMAX - An X-ray beamline for structural dynamics at the short-pulse facility of MAX IV

AU - Enquist, Henrik

AU - Jurgilaitis, Andrius

AU - Jarnac, Amelie

AU - Bengtsson, Åsa U.J.

AU - Burza, Matthias

AU - Curbis, Francesca

AU - Disch, Christian

AU - Ekström, J. Carl

AU - Harb, Maher

AU - Isaksson, Lennart

AU - Kotur, Marija

AU - Kroon, David

AU - Lindau, Filip

AU - Mansten, Erik

AU - Nygaard, Jesper

AU - Persson, Anna I.H.

AU - Pham, Van Thai

AU - Rissi, Michael

AU - Thorin, Sara

AU - Tu, Chien Ming

AU - Wallén, Erik

AU - Wang, Xiaocui

AU - Werin, Sverker

AU - Larsson, Jörgen

PY - 2018/3/1

Y1 - 2018/3/1

N2 - The FemtoMAX beamline facilitates studies of the structural dynamics of materials. Such studies are of fundamental importance for key scientific problems related to programming materials using light, enabling new storage media and new manufacturing techniques, obtaining sustainable energy by mimicking photosynthesis, and gleaning insights into chemical and biological functional dynamics. The FemtoMAX beamline utilizes the MAX IV linear accelerator as an electron source. The photon bursts have a pulse length of 100fs, which is on the timescale of molecular vibrations, and have wavelengths matching interatomic distances (Å). The uniqueness of the beamline has called for special beamline components. This paper presents the beamline design including ultrasensitive X-ray beam-position monitors based on thin Ce:YAG screens, efficient harmonic separators and novel timing tools.The FemtoMAX beamline facilitates studies of the structural dynamics of materials on the femtosecond timescale. The first commissioning results are presented.

AB - The FemtoMAX beamline facilitates studies of the structural dynamics of materials. Such studies are of fundamental importance for key scientific problems related to programming materials using light, enabling new storage media and new manufacturing techniques, obtaining sustainable energy by mimicking photosynthesis, and gleaning insights into chemical and biological functional dynamics. The FemtoMAX beamline utilizes the MAX IV linear accelerator as an electron source. The photon bursts have a pulse length of 100fs, which is on the timescale of molecular vibrations, and have wavelengths matching interatomic distances (Å). The uniqueness of the beamline has called for special beamline components. This paper presents the beamline design including ultrasensitive X-ray beam-position monitors based on thin Ce:YAG screens, efficient harmonic separators and novel timing tools.The FemtoMAX beamline facilitates studies of the structural dynamics of materials on the femtosecond timescale. The first commissioning results are presented.

KW - beamline

KW - laser

KW - pump-probe

KW - structural dynamics

KW - ultrafast

U2 - 10.1107/S1600577517017660

DO - 10.1107/S1600577517017660

M3 - Article

VL - 25

SP - 570

EP - 579

JO - Journal of Synchrotron Radiation

T2 - Journal of Synchrotron Radiation

JF - Journal of Synchrotron Radiation

SN - 1600-5775

IS - 2

ER -