ID11 - Materials Science Beamline
ID11 is a multipurpose beamline concentrating on diffraction experiments in the area of materials science.
The first experimental hutch has an extremely high flux, even at high energies, making it suitable for time-resolved diffraction, diffraction from microcrystals and for diffraction from crystals in absorbing sample chambers such as furnaces, high-pressure cells or cryostats. The wavelength is tunable in the energy range 29-140 keV.
The second experimental hutch has been designed to exploit micro- and nano- focus x-ray beams for 3-dimensionally resolved strain measurements and texture analysis.
Please see the links in the left-hand navigation column for the following information (visible to onsite visitors only):
- ID11's Current Status from the beamline database,
- Online safety training - to be done before starting experiments!
- how to set up a laptop on the beamline.
- undulator peak calculator