We present a compact modular apparatus with a flexible design that will be operated at the DiProI beamline of the Fermi@Elettra free electron laser (FEL) for performing static and time-resolved coherent diffraction imaging experiments, taking advantage of the full coherence and variable polarization of the short seeded FEL pulses. The apparatus has been assembled and the potential of the experimental setup is demonstrated by commissioning tests with coherent synchrotron radiation. This multipurpose experimental station will be open to general users after installation at the Fermi@Elettra free electron laser in 2011.
Multipurpose modular experimental station for the DiProI beamline of Fermi@Elettra free electron laser
Emanuele Pedersoli, Flavio Capotondi, Daniele Cocco, Marco Zangrando, Burkhard Kaulich, Ralf H. Menk, Andrea Locatelli, Tevfik O. Mentes, Carlo Spezzani, Gilio Sandrin, Daniel M. Bacescu, Maya Kiskinova, Saša Bajt, Miriam Barthelmess, Anton Barty, Joachim Schulz, Lars Gumprecht, Henry N. Chapman, A. J. Nelson, Matthias Frank, Michael J. Pivovaroff, Bruce W. Woods, Michael J. Bogan, Janos Hajdu; Multipurpose modular experimental station for the DiProI beamline of Fermi@Elettra free electron laser. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 1 April 2011; 82 (4): 043711. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3582155
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