- Conference date: 2-6 Aug 1999
- Location: Berkeley, California (USA)
ID21 is a beamline dedicated to X-ray imaging and spectro-microscopy in the 0.2–7 keV energy range. Initiated four years ago, the beamline construction is almost completed and the beamline is now entering into the first operational phase. The beamline is installed on a low beta straight section which is equipped with three undulators and serves two independent end-stations on two separate branch-lines. The scanning X-ray Microscope, served by the “direct” branch-line, equipped with two fixed-exit monochromators and the full-field imaging transmission X-ray microscope, served by the side-branch and optimised for imaging techniques in the 3–7 keV range. Both microscopes use zone-plates as focussing lenses. This paper describes the beamline architecture and provides some figures on the current performance of the beamline.
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