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Experiments in the 13 BM-C station.
- Surface diffraction : 15 keV. Collects entire 1.5 mrad fan focused on sample with monochromator. (BMC monochromator upgrade in progress, commissioning October, 2013).
- Diamond anvil cell diffraction and imaging : 29 keV. Can use either entire 1.5 mrad fan and focused on sample, or smaller horizontal beam focused by KB mirror in hutch.
- Partnership for Extreme Crystallography (PX^2) at 13 BMC. Click.
The bending magnet fan is divided into two parts. An outboard fan of 2.5 mrad feeds the 13-BM-D station, and an inboard fan of 1.5 mrad feeds the 13-BM-C station. These fans are separated by 1 mrad. The extreme inside and outside 0.5 mrad on each edge of the 6 mrad fan is not used.
The 13-BM-C beamline has a focusing Si <111> and Si<311> single-crystal side-bounce monochromator. It operates at a fixed angle where the <111> is 15 keV and the <311> is 29 keV. There is a 1 m long vertical focusing mirror in the 13-BM-B optics station. This mirror is used for some experiments and removed for others. There are small K/B mirrors that are placed on the experimental table in 13-BM-C. Commissioning of the upgraded BMC monochromator scheduled for October, 2013.
13 BMC Control Area.
13 BMC Diffractometer