The Bruker endstation is optimized for high-brightness, diffraction-limited spectromicroscopy with synchrotron infrared radiation.
The Agilent endstation is optimized for high spatial resolution, large field of view chemical infrared imaging.
The IRsweep endstation is optimized for high signal-to-noise, time-resolved spectroscopy measurements with microsecond time resolution.
The last run of Cycle 35 began May 10th.
The Mid Infrared Spectromicroscopy beamline provides a state-of-the-art Fourier Transform IR spectrometer and microscope to supply diffraction-limited spatial resolution to an ever-widening range of experimental configurations. Research and development will explore new experiments and re-examine existing techniques by applying the advantages of high brightness infrared synchrotron light.