VEKMAG

VEKMAG

VEKMAG is a Vector Superconducting Magnet instrument designed for XAS/XMCD measurements, for resonant and-off resonant soft X-ray scattering methods, as well as for time resolved ferromagnetic resonance using XMCD, in high magnetic fields and for a temperature range of < 2 K - 500 K. It provides a 9T field in the beam direction, a 2T field in the horizontal plane and a 1T field in the perpendicular direction. A 1T vectorial field can be applied in all directions.

Methods

XMCD, XMLD, RIXS

Remote access

depends on experiment - please discuss with Instrument Scientist

Beamline data
Energy range 20-1600 eV
Energy resolution --
Flux ~5E9
Polarisation Circular, Horizontal
Focus size (hor. x vert.) in micrometers: 60x50, 800x800, variable
Phone 14834
Weitere Details PM2-VEKMAG
Station data
Temperature range 2-500K
Pressure range For details contact the Instrument Scientist.
Detector Photodiodes, drain current
Manipulators LT-VTI, FMR-VTI
Sample holder compatibility For details contact the Instrument Scientist.
Additional equipment Single axis magnetic fields:
• 9 T along the beam direction
• 2T perpendicular to the beam direction, in the horizontal plane
• 1T along the vertical direction.

Vectorial magnetic fields:
• 2T in the horizontal plane
• 1T in all directions

VEKMAG is a Vector Superconducting Magnet station which is being jointly developed by Regensburg University, Free University Berlin, Ruhr University Bochum, and Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin. The instrument is located at Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, in the experimental hall at the PM2 beamline of the synchrotron facility BESSY II.

The instrument is designed for XAS/XMCD measurements, for resonant and-off resonant soft X-ray scattering methods, as well as for time resolved ferromagnetic resonance using XMCD, in high magnetic fields and for a  temperature range of  < 2 K - 500 K. It provides a 9T field in the beam direction, a 2T field in the horizontal plane and a 1T field in the perpendicular direction. A 1T vectorial field can be applied in all directions. The home beamline is located at the PM2 bending magnet at BESSY II.

Further info:

http://www.helmholtz-berlin.de/pubbin/news_seite?nid=14120&sprache=de

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