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9 September 2019 TARUMÃ station for the CARNAÚBA beamline at SIRIUS/LNLS
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CARNAÚBA (Coherent X-Ray Nanoprobe Beamline) is an X-ray beamline under construction for the SIRIUS light source at LNLS (Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory). The aim of the beamline is to provide multi-analytical and coherent X-ray imaging techniques based on achromatic optics in the energy range between 2 and 15 keV. Computed tomography will extend these techniques into three dimensions. Two end-stations are under development: an all-invacuum nanoprobe (SAPOTI) and a sub-microprobe (TARUMÃ), with a more flexible sample environment and much larger working distance. TARUMÃ will cover a large variety of scientific areas, from environmental, geophysical, agricultural and biological research to energy and more condensed matter related areas. Its design characteristics, with its mechanical design heavily based on precision engineering concepts and predictive modeling, are presented here, as well as some prospects on in situ, in operando and cryogenic sample environment experiments.
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Hélio C. N. Tolentino, Renan R. Geraldes, Gabriel B. Z. L. Moreno, Carlos S. B. Dias, Carlos A. Pérez, and Márcio M. Soares "TARUMÃ station for the CARNAÚBA beamline at SIRIUS/LNLS", Proc. SPIE 11112, X-Ray Nanoimaging: Instruments and Methods IV, 1111206 (9 September 2019);


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