Medium-energy microprobe station at the SXRMB of the CLS
MetadataShow full item record
Micro-XAFS and chemical imaging techniques have been widely applied for studies of heterogeneously distributed systems, mostly in hard X-ray (>5 keV) or in soft X-ray (<1.5 keV) energies. The microprobe endstation of the SXRMB (soft X-ray microcharacterization beamline) at the Canadian Light Source is optimized at the medium energy (1.7-5 keV), and it has been recently commissioned and is available for general users. The technical design and the performance (energy range, beam size and flux) of the SXRMB microprobe are presented. Examples in chemical imaging and micro-XAFS in the medium energy for important elements such as P, S and Ca for soil and biological samples are highlighted.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Rustandi, Ferry (2009)Increasing energy consumption in Australian transport sector, rapidly depleting amount of Australian oil reserves, and the environmental concerns that arise from the associated greenhouse gas emissions produced by the ...
Schlüter, B.; Rosano, Michele (2015)© 2016 Elsevier Ltd. Significant increases in industry energy efficiency are crucial for the transformation of the world's energy systems. Many production sites offer high energy savings capabilities, and if these are ...
Karol, Elizabeth (2003)This thesis seeks to address energy efficient design in a temperate climate in typical small, medium density housing, particularly in housing for the aged. The connections between energy efficient design and small, medium ...