forthcoming articles in Journal of Synchrotron Radiation

The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Journal of Synchrotron Radiation.

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Accepted 27 July 2015

Single-crystal X-ray diffraction and resonant X-ray magnetic scattering at Helium-3 temperatures in high magnetic fields at beamline P09 at PETRA III

S. Francoual, J. Strempfer, J. Warren, Y. Liu, A. Skaugen, S. Poli, J. Blume, F. Wolff-Fabris, P. C. Canfield and T. Lograsso

Synopsis: Description of the Helium-3 fridge insert at beamline P09 at PETRA III and demonstration of its workability in a synchrotron X-ray beam at a 3rdgeneration synchrotron source for the purpose of X-ray diffraction and resonant X-ray magnetic scattering at sub-Kelvin temperatures in high magnetic fields

Accepted 25 July 2015

Time delay measurement in the frequency domain

S. M. Durbin, S.-C. Liu, E. M. Dufresne, Y. Li and H. Wen

Accepted 23 July 2015

Upgrade of beamline BL08B at Taiwan Light Source from a photon-BPM to a double-grating SGM beamline

J.-Y. Yuh, S.-W. Lin, L.-J. Huang, H.-S. Fung, L.-L. Lee, Y.-J. Chen, C.-P. Cheng, Y.-Y. Chin and H.-J. Lin

Synopsis: A photon-BPM is upgraded into a SGM beamline for the extreme ultraviolet to soft X-ray spectral regions.

Accepted 21 July 2015

A new method for studying sub-pulse dynamics at synchrotron sources

J. Wingert, A. Singer and O. G. Shpyrko

Synopsis: It is shown that dynamics on time scales shorter than the pulse duration of synchrotron sources can be studied by measuring the relative frequency of single- and double-photon events.

Accepted 20 July 2015

Py4Syn: Python for synchrotrons

H. H. Slepicka, H. F. Canova, D. B. Beniz and J. R. Piton

Accepted 7 July 2015

Optimizing X-ray mirror thermal performance using matched profile cooling

L. Zhang, D. Cocco, N. Kelez, D. S. Morton, V. Srinivasan and P. M. Stefan

Synopsis: Two cooling techniques to reduce thermal deformation in a water-cooled X-ray mirror, where the beam footprint is shorter than the mirror length, are proposed. The thermal deformation can be reduced by a factor of up to 45, compared with normal side cooling.

Accepted 22 June 2015

On the ANKA decision: a response to Braun's Just for us?

V. Saile

Synopsis: The Executive Board of KIT has decided to operate ANKA as a research facility rather than as a national and international user facility; a response to Braun's comments in the previous paper.

Accepted 2 June 2015

Just for us?

A. Braun

Synopsis: ANKA terminates external user support programme.

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