ID11 is a beamline dedicated to moderate to high energy diffraction and/or imaging studies of a variety of systems of interest for their physical, mechanical, or chemical properties. Very high spatial (<100 nm) and time (1 ms) resolution are available.
Materials and Engineering
Hydrogen storage materials
XRD - X-ray diffraction
Diffraction contrast tomography
Diffuse X-ray scattering
Pair-distribution function analysis
Minimum (H x V) : 0.2
Maximum (H x V) : 1200.0
Nanometre precision translations
Nitrogen cooling airgun
Helium cooling airgun
Moderate temperature oven
High temperature oven
FReLoN2k with fibre-optic coupling
FReLoN4m with fibre-optic coupling
FReLoN4m with high resolution microscope
Quantix imaging detector
Sensicam imaging detector
3D detector system
Following the recent upgrade of the beamline to add a nano-resolution station at 100m, it is now possible to carry out very high spatial resolution simultaneous diffraction and imaging studies, allowing the mapping of materials with better than 100 nm resolution. Time resolution to 1ms is available.
G. Vaughan et al., "The extension of ID11 for nanoscale and hierarchical characterization", in Proceedings of the 31st Risoe International Symposium on Materials Science, 2010.