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BL23SU Photoelectron spectroscopy station

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INS-0000000366

Photoelectron spectroscopy

  The photoelectron spectroscopy station at BL23SU is designed for the study on the electronic structure of strongly-correlated electron materials. The spectrometer is equipped with a high-energy-resolution electron energy analyzer (SES-2002), and the soft X-rays from BL23SU make it possible to perform the resonant photoemission experiments on various f- and d- based compounds. In addition, the spectrometer is set in the RI hot sample area of SPring-8, where the unsealed uranium compounds can be measured. The sample temperature can be controlled within the range of 10 K ∼ RT.

Fig. 1  The schematic Illustration and the photograph
Fig. 1  The schematic Illustration and the photograph

Fig. 1 The schematic Illustration and the photograph of the photoelectron spectroscopy station set at the RI laboratory building of SPring-8.

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