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Tue 9 Dec, at 14:00 - Seminar Room T2

Conceptual design of Soft X-ray spectroscopic end-station for studies of electronic structure of energy materials.

Mikhail Yablonskikh
Institute Methods for Material Development, Joint Ultrafast Dynamics Lab in Solutions and at Interfaces, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin

Research of electronic structure of energy materials is one of keys for their successful development. Soft X-ray spectroscopy (SXS) with use of synchrotron radiation is a proven reliable method to provide experimental information about electronic structure of the materials. Corresponding SXS end-station for Berlin Electron Synchrotron BESSY II is to be developed. The end-station is to combine both angle-dependent (Q)- Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering (RIXS) technique as a primary tool and both angle-dependent photoelectron spectroscopy as a secondary tool in the energy range of 200-1200 eV. The end-station is to be applied to both solid and liquid samples. The scientific concept, the engineering design prototype and future upgrade options will be presented.

(Referer: R. Laghi)
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