DESY presently operates 14 independent insertion device (ID) beamlines at its 6 GeV storage ring PETRA III. Besides the 2 m long standard undulators U29 and U32, several special IDs of up to 5 m length have been installed to meet the experimental requests for high energy X-rays, elliptically polarized light, and a higher degree of coherence. Two additional half octants of the ring have recently been reconstructed, in order to extend the experimental capabilities at PETRA III. The straight sections also allow for installation of IDs of 2 m or 5 m length. This article gives an overview of the ID key parameters, the spectral properties and the brilliance of the current undulators installed at PETRA III. It also presents the characteristics of some of the upcoming special IDs, like in-vacuum and short undulators.
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Research Article| July 27 2016
Properties of the insertion devices for PETRA III and its extension
AIP Conf. Proc. 1741, 020019 (2016)
A. Schöps, P. Vagin, M. Tischer; Properties of the insertion devices for PETRA III and its extension. AIP Conf. Proc. 27 July 2016; 1741 (1): 020019. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4952798
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