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25 October 1999 First infrared beamlines at the ALS: final commissioning and new end stations
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The design and initial commissioning of the first IR beamline at the ALS has been described previously. We report the final commissioning and first results of the mid-IR spectromicroscopy beamline 1.4.3. In addition, several improvements and two new branchlines are presented. Beamline 1.4.2 is connected to the front end under vacuum and consists of a Bruker Rapid- and Step-Scan vacuum FTIR bench. The modulated light is then coupled into a UHV surface science chamber for grazing incidence reflection studies. Several more external ports are available from the Bruker bench. Beamline 1.4.1 receives light from a separate port on the beamline 1.4 front end and connects to an optical table for photoluminescence and other experiments using photons with energies up to 6 eV.
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Wayne R. McKinney, Michael C. Martin, John M. Byrd, R. Miller, Mike Chin, G. Portman, Edward J. Moler, Ted Lauritzen, J. P. McKean, Mark W. West, N. Kellogg, V. Zhuang, P. N. Ross, Joel W. Ager III, Wei Shan, and Eugene E. Haller "First infrared beamlines at the ALS: final commissioning and new end stations", Proc. SPIE 3775, Accelerator-based Sources of Infrared and Spectroscopic Applications, (25 October 1999);


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