ID21 - X-ray Microscopy Beamline

Synopsis

ID21 will restart in 2020 focusing its activity on the in-vacuum scanning X-ray microscope (SXM). This microscope should offer a beam of ~ 0.3µm Vx0.7µm H for 2D µXRF (elemental maps) and µXANES (chemical speciation in 0D, 1D and 2D) in the energy range 2-9 keV. An additional nanoscope is currently under design, that should be commissionned in 2010.
Status:  open

Disciplines

  • Medicine
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • Materials and Engineering
  • Physics
  • Life Sciences
  • Chemistry

Applications

  • Cultural Heritage (e.g. paintings, ceramics, glasses)
  • Biology (e.g. nano-toxicology, pathology, metallobiology, health)
  • Geochemistry (e.g. basaltic glasses, sediments)
  • Environmental sciences (e.g. soils, phytoremediation, pollution)
  • Materials (e.g. nano-materials, energy)

Techniques

  • MicroXANES - micro X-ray absorption near-edge structure
  • MicroXRF - micro X-ray fluorescence
  • XANES - X-ray absorption near-edge structure
  • XAS - X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • XRF - X-ray fluorescence

Energy range

  • 2.1 - 9.2  keV

Beam size

  • Minimum (H x V) : 0.7 x 0.3  µm²
  • Maximum (H x V) : 2.0 x 2.0  mm²

Sample environments

  • SXM: In vacuum operation; Cryo-stage; Wet cell

Detectors

  • SXM end-station (2.1 - 9.2 keV, 0.7 x 3 µm² to 2 x 2 mm [hxv]): regularly used Si photodides; SGX 100mm² SiriusSD silicon drift diode.

Technical details

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M. Cotte, E. Pouyet, M. Salomé, C. Rivard, W. De Nolf, H. Castillo-Michel, T. Fabris, L. Monico, K. Janssens, T. Wang, P. Sciau, L. Verger, L. Cormier, O. Dargaud, E. Brun, D. Bugnazet, B. Fayard, B. Hesse, A. E. Pradas del Real, G. Veronesi, J. Langlois, N. Balcar, Y. Vandenberghe, V. A. Solé, J. Kieffer, R. Barrett, C. Cohen, C. Cornu, R. Baker, E. Gagliardini, E. Papillon and J. Susini, "The ID21 X-ray and infrared microscopy beamline at the ESRF: status and recent applications to artistic materials." Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2017). http://pubs.rsc.org/-/content/articlehtml/2016/ja/c6ja00356g

M. Salomé, M. Cotte, R. Baker, R. Barrett, N. Benseny-Cases, G. Berruyer, D. Bugnazet, H. Castillo-Michel, C. Cornu, B. Fayard, E. Gagliardini, R. Hino, J. Morse, E. Papillon, E. Pouyet, C. Rivard, V. A. Solé, J. Susini and G. Veronesi, "The ID21 Scanning X-ray Microscope at ESRF", Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 425, 182004 (2013). http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/425/18/182004

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Synopsis

ID21 will restart in 2020 focusing its activity on the in-vacuum scanning X-ray microscope (SXM). This microscope should offer a beam of ~ 0.3µm Vx0.7µm H for 2D µXRF (elemental maps) and µXANES (chemical speciation in 0D, 1D and 2D) in the energy range 2-9 keV. An additional nanoscope is currently under design, that should be commissionned in 2010.
Status:  open

Disciplines

  • Medicine
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • Materials and Engineering
  • Physics
  • Life Sciences
  • Chemistry

Applications

  • Cultural Heritage (e.g. paintings, ceramics, glasses)
  • Biology (e.g. nano-toxicology, pathology, metallobiology, health)
  • Geochemistry (e.g. basaltic glasses, sediments)
  • Environmental sciences (e.g. soils, phytoremediation, pollution)
  • Materials (e.g. nano-materials, energy)

Techniques

  • MicroXANES - micro X-ray absorption near-edge structure
  • MicroXRF - micro X-ray fluorescence
  • XANES - X-ray absorption near-edge structure
  • XAS - X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • XRF - X-ray fluorescence

Energy range

  • 2.1 - 9.2  keV

Beam size

  • Minimum (H x V) : 0.7 x 0.3  µm²
  • Maximum (H x V) : 2.0 x 2.0  mm²

Sample environments

  • SXM: In vacuum operation; Cryo-stage; Wet cell

Detectors

  • SXM end-station (2.1 - 9.2 keV, 0.7 x 3 µm² to 2 x 2 mm [hxv]): regularly used Si photodides; SGX 100mm² SiriusSD silicon drift diode.

Technical details

.

M. Cotte, E. Pouyet, M. Salomé, C. Rivard, W. De Nolf, H. Castillo-Michel, T. Fabris, L. Monico, K. Janssens, T. Wang, P. Sciau, L. Verger, L. Cormier, O. Dargaud, E. Brun, D. Bugnazet, B. Fayard, B. Hesse, A. E. Pradas del Real, G. Veronesi, J. Langlois, N. Balcar, Y. Vandenberghe, V. A. Solé, J. Kieffer, R. Barrett, C. Cohen, C. Cornu, R. Baker, E. Gagliardini, E. Papillon and J. Susini, "The ID21 X-ray and infrared microscopy beamline at the ESRF: status and recent applications to artistic materials." Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2017). http://pubs.rsc.org/-/content/articlehtml/2016/ja/c6ja00356g

M. Salomé, M. Cotte, R. Baker, R. Barrett, N. Benseny-Cases, G. Berruyer, D. Bugnazet, H. Castillo-Michel, C. Cornu, B. Fayard, E. Gagliardini, R. Hino, J. Morse, E. Papillon, E. Pouyet, C. Rivard, V. A. Solé, J. Susini and G. Veronesi, "The ID21 Scanning X-ray Microscope at ESRF", Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 425, 182004 (2013). http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/425/18/182004

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