Spectromicroscopy beamline (ELETTRA - Trieste - Italy)

Beamline equipped with a Padmore monochromator optical layout

Beamline equipped with a Padmore monochromator optical layout

ESCA beamline

ESCA beamline

Padmore Monochromator

Padmore Monochromator

HORIBA Jobin Yvon realised 4 Padmore type monochromators for Trieste (Italy) synchrotron centre ELETTRA. Hereafter are presented the main characteristics of these four monochromators.

ESCA Microscopy beamline

  • Two gratings 600 and 1200 g/mm in SIC CVD with a AU or Ni coating to over the range 250-1200 eV.
  • Exit arm 2380 mm.

Spectromicroscopy beamline

  • Three gratings [600 g/mm Au coating, 600 g/mm Ni coating and 1200 g/mm Ni coating SiC CVD blanks] to cover the range 20-300 eV.
  • Resolving power greater than 3000 over the complete spectral range.

Gas-Phase Photoemission beamline

  • 5 gratings [400 - 800 and 3 of 1200 g/mm SiC CVD blank with Au or Ni coating] to cover the spectral range 20-1250 eV.
  • Calculated resolving power greater than 10000 over the complete range.

Circulary Polarized Light beamline

  • Double monochromator : Padmore (grazing incidence) and normal incidence.
  • 2 spherical gratings [1200 and 2400 g/mm Al+MgF2] in normal incidence configuration to cover the range 5-35 eV.
  • 4 spherical gratings [3 of 1050 g/mm and 1 of 620 g/mm SiC CVD blank with Au coating] in Padmore configuration to cover the range 30-1200 eV.