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ABSTRACT

  BL43IR is dedicated to infrared microspectroscopy. Although Foulier transform Infrared spectrometer (FTIR) is found in many scientific institutes, an FTIR with the synchrotron radiation instead of the thermal radiation light source have the benefit of high brilliance. The high brilliance property in turn leads us to the advantages in microscopy. We have three microscopes in the beamline.

AREA OF RESEARCH

  • Infrared microspectroscopy
    (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth science, Archaeology, Astronomy, Health science, Medical science, Polymer science, Materials science, Industrial application, Miscellaneous)

KEYWORDS

  • High brilliance infrared synchrotron radiation, Minute samples, Mapping measurement with high spatial resolution, Low (high) temperature + high pressure

SOURCE AND OPTICS

 

EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS

High spatial resolution microscope (Bruker Hyperion2000)

  We introduced new Hyperion microscope in 2011. Improved optics and computers give us higher spatial resolution, improved quality of observation and fast mapping capability.

  • FTIR: Bruker Vertex70
  • Energy region: Mid infrared, Far infrared to 100cm-1
  • Objectives: x36 (NA 0.5, Working distance 10 mm), x15 (NA 0.4, Working distance 24 mm), x20 (ATR)
  • Beam splitter: Ge/KBr, Mylar
  • Detector: MCT, Si Bolometer
  • Spatial resolution: smaller than 5 micrometer at mid infrared
  • Optional instruments:
    • Cryostat (Oxford Microstat-He)
      • Temperatures: 4.2-400 K
      • Windows: Quartz, KRS-5, BaF2, PP
    • Temperature controlled stage (Japan High Tech 10036L)
      • Temperature: -190-600°C
      • Windows: BaF2

Long working distance (LWD) microsope

  With 50 mm working distance, this microscope is capable of handling large apparatus such as a diamond anvil cell or a cryostat.

  • FTIR: Bruker IFS120HR
  • Energy region: Near infrared, Mid infrared, Far infrared higher than 100 cm-1
  • Objective: x8 (NA 0.5, Working distance 50 mm)
  • Beam splitter: Quartz, Ge/KBr, Mylar
  • Detector: Si Diode, InSb, MCT, Si Bolometer
  • Spatial resolution: 10 micrometer at mid infrared
  • Optional instruments:
    • Low temperature diamond anvil cell (LT-DAC)
      • Gas membrane DAC: 30 GPa (0.4 mm curette)
      • Temperatures: 10-400 K
      • Windows: Quartz, KRS-5, BaF2, PP
    • High temperature diamond anvil cell (HT-DAC)
      • Lever type DAC: 30 GPa (0.4 mm curette)
      • Temperatures: up to 700 °C
    • Cryostat (Oxford Microstat-He)
      • Temperatures: 4.2-400 K
      • Windows: Quartz, KRS-5, BaF2, PP

Magneto optical microscope

  Reflection microspectroscopy at a low temperature, a high pressure and in a high magnetic field

  • FTIR: Bruker IFS120HR
  • Energy region: Mid infrared
  • Objectives: x16 (NA 0.3, Working distance 40 mm)
  • Beam splitter: Ge/KBr
  • Detector: MCT
  • Magnetic field: 14 T
  • Temperatures: down to 4.2 K

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Please note that each e-mail address is followed by "@spring8.or.jp."

Taro MORIWAKI
SPring-8 / JASRI
1-1-1 Kouto, Sayo-cho, Sayo-gun, Hyogo 679-5198
Phone : +81-(0)791-58-0833
Fax : +81-(0)791-58-0830
e-mail : moriwaki

Yuka IKEMOTO
SPring-8 / JASRI
1-1-1 Kouto, Sayo-cho, Sayo-gun, Hyogo 679-5198
Phone : +81-(0)791-58-0833
Fax : +81-(0)791-58-0830
e-mail : ikemoto

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