Imaging in Real and Reciprocal Space at the Diamond Beamline I13

Authors: C. Rau (Diamond Light Source) , U. Wagner (Diamond Light Source) , J. Vila-comamala (Diamond Light Source) , A. Bodey (Diamond Light Source) , A. Parsons (Diamond Light Source) , M. Garcia-fernandez (Diamond Light Source) , A. De Fanis (Diamond Light Source) , Z. Pesic (Diamond Light Source)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Poster

State: Published (Approved)
Published: October 2014

Abstract: The coherence and imaging beamline I13 is dedicated to hard X-ray microscopy in direct and reciprocal space [1]. For both, lens and lensless imaging, two independent stations are operated at a distance of 250m from the source. The spatial resolution covered by the different techniques available at the beamline ranges from 5μm to potentially 5nm.

Subject Areas: Physics

Instruments: I13-2-Diamond Manchester Imaging

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