DESY operates one of the world’s brightest storage-ring-based X-ray radiation sources: PETRA III offers outstanding opportunities for scientific user experiments since 2009. Based on this, the present beamline portfolio encompasses key instrumental and methodological capabilities that enable high-resolution diffraction and inelastic spectroscopy, correlation spectroscopy and imaging with coherent X-rays, or high-resolution X-ray microscopy and nano-analysis. The high brilliance particularly benefits researchers investigating very small samples or requiring tightly collimated and very short-wavelength X-rays for their experiments, like for the instance investigations of solar cells, catalysts, and batteries under working conditions.
- Energy range from ~150 eV to 200 keV ; brilliance exceeding 1021 ph/(s mm2 mrad2 0.1% BW).
- Together with the free-electron laser FLASH at DESY, PETRA III welcomes experiments in the fields of physics, biology, chemistry and crystallography, materials and geological sciences as well as medical applications.
Latest News From PETRA III at DESY
- Spraying nanopaper 2019/07/09
- Beryllium configuration with neighbouring oxygen atoms revealed 2019/06/25
- Simulating earthquakes and meteorite impacts in the lab 2019/06/24
Energy: 6.08 GeV
Current: 100 mA (top-up operation)
Operational Beamlines: 20
Horizontal emittance: 1.2 nm rad
Vertical emittance: 0.01 nm rad
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