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Diffraction Microscopy

 

Scientific disciplines: Applied science, biology, polymers, soft materials.

 

Endstations:

 

GENERAL BEAMLINE INFORMATION

Operational

Yes.

Proposal cycle Proposals for Structural Biology Beamlines (2-month cycle)

Source characteristics

10-cm period undulator (U10)

Energy range

500-1500 eV

Monochromator

Either none or an off-axis zone-plate monochromator that will provide a focused beam with bandwidth of about 0.1%

Calculated flux (1.9 GeV, 400 mA)

2.8 x 1015 photons/s/1%BW/central cone at 457 eV

Resolving power (E/ΔE)

Undulator bandwidth or 1,000

Endstations

Serial crystallography

Diffractive imaging

Nanosurveyor

Scientific disciplines Applied science, biology, polymers, soft materials.

Spokesperson

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University of Oregon
Phone: (541) 346-4742
Fax: (541) 346-3422

Local contact

David Shapiro
Advanced Light Source, Berkeley Lab
Phone: (510) 486-7628
Fax: (510) 486-7696

 

ENDSTATION INFORMATION

Endstation name

Serial crystallography

Detectors

CCD

Spatial resolution 2 nm
Spot size at sample 50 µm

Sample format

Protein nanocrystals

Sample environment

Droplet jet

Special notes

Endstation separated from beamline by cooled window

 

ENDSTATION INFORMATION

Endstation name

Diffractive imaging

Detectors

CCD

Spot size at sample 10 µm

Sample format

Micron size particle

Sample preparation

Can be cryo

Sample environment

Droplet jet

Special notes

Endstation separated from beamline by cooled window

 

ENDSTATION INFORMATION

Endstation name

Nanosurveyor

Detectors

Fast CCD

Characteristics Ptychography
Spatial resolution 10 nm
Spot size at sample 300 nm

Sample format

Micron thick particles

Sample environment

High vacuum

Special notes

Endstation separated from beamline by cooled window