Figure 1
Schematic layout of a typical RIXS experiment. The incident beam is first monochromated by a high-heat-load monochromator (Cryst 1). The beam is then passed through one or two channel-cut crystals (Cryst 2 and Cryst 3) and focused onto the sample. X-ray photons with energy Ei and bandpass [Delta]Ei are scattered from the sample and then reflected by a diced spherical analyzer towards the detector.  [article HTML]