The Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility (SSRF) is a 3.5‐GeV third‐generation light source. The facility has been open for user experiments since May, 2009. This high‐brightness x‐ray source is an ideal platform for x‐ray microscopy. Presently, SSRF has three beamlines related to x‐ray microscopy or imaging, namely the soft x‐ray spectromicroscopy beamline (STXM), the hard x‐ray microfocusing beamline, and the x‐ray imaging beamline. The construction of SSRF phase‐II beamlines will be carried out during 2011‐2017. Seven additional beamlines for x‐ray microscopy or imaging will be built.
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Research Article| September 09 2011
X‐ray Microscopy Beamlines at SSRF—Present Status and Future Plan
AIP Conf. Proc. 1365, 52–56 (2011)
H. Xu, X. Yu, R. Tai; X‐ray Microscopy Beamlines at SSRF—Present Status and Future Plan. AIP Conf. Proc. 9 September 2011; 1365 (1): 52–56. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3625302
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