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Materials Research Using Synchrotron X-ray Powder Diffraction at Diamond

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Beamline I11 at Diamond Light Source is a powerful instrument for material research using synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction (SXPD). A high brightness monochromatic beam (optimised at 15 keV) is delivered from the source (undulator) to the sample in the 1st experimental hutch (EH1). The heavy-duty diffractometer in EH1 has two detection systems to collect high quality diffraction data, i.e. multi-analysing crystals (MAC) for high resolution (d-space) experiments and a fast position-sensitive detector (PSD) for time-resolved studies. The SXPD facility also has a second hutch (EH2) in which it has multi-stages and designed features for long duration experiments. The beamline is designed with the flexibility to house a range of sample environments for material research at ambient and non-ambient conditions, including furnaces, gas cells and a robotic sample changer.

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