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New Infrared Beamline at the NIST SURF II Storage Ring

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Author(s)

Angela R. Hight Walker, Uwe Arp, Gerald T. Fraser, Thomas B. Lucatorto, J Wen

Abstract

The success of the infrared program at the National Synchrotron Light Source [NSLS] has motivated the establishment of an infrared beamline at the infrared beamline and its associated infrared microscope instrumentation and show preliminary Fourier-transform infrared spectra. In addition, we present measurements of the long wavelength [> 1 cm] synchrotron emission and the noise spectrum of the infrared synchrotron radiation. The microwave measurements were undertaken to help assess the utility of SURF II as a submillimeter and far-infrared source.
Citation
SPIE series
Volume
3153

Keywords

FTIR, infrared, infrared microscopy, microwave, synchrotron

Citation

Hight, A. , Arp, U. , Fraser, G. , Lucatorto, T. and Wen, J. (1997), New Infrared Beamline at the NIST SURF II Storage Ring, SPIE series (Accessed July 17, 2024)

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Created October 1, 1997, Updated February 17, 2017