The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Journal of Synchrotron Radiation.
See also Forthcoming articles in all IUCr journals.
Synopsis: The presented results show the comparative results in interface mixing under 30 kev Ga+ ion irradiation of ultrathin trilayers Pt/Co/Pt and Pt/Co/Au and their influence on the amplitude of magnetic anisotropy.
Synopsis: XAFCA is a new X-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS) spectroscopy beamline for fundamental and applied catalysis research, built by the Institute of Chemical & Engineering Sciences (ICES) and the Singapore Synchrotron Light Source (SSLS). XAFCA covers the photon energy range from 1.2 keV to 12.8 keV. It incorporates an "in-situ" cell, being able to operate in the temperature range from 4.2 to 1000 K, a pressure up to 30 bar conditions and under flowing gases for in-situ XAS studies on catalysis and materials science.
Synopsis: DAWN is a generic data analysis software platform that has been developed for use at synchrotron beamlines for data visualization and analysis. Its generic design makes it suitable for use in a range of scientific and engineering applications.
Synopsis: By providing the capabilities for high-resolution, high-energy and time-resolved powder X-ray diffraction, beamline P02.1 is a versatile tool to tackle various problems in materials science, crystallography and chemistry. By providing the capabilities for high-resolution, high-energy and time-resolved powder X-ray diffraction, beamline P02.1 is a versatile tool to tackle various problems in materials science, crystallography and chemistry.
Synopsis: It is essential but inconvenient to perform high-quality on-line optimization for synchrotron radiation beamlines. To solve this problem, a general method based on the genetic algorithm for automatic beamline optimization is introduced.
Synopsis: The first use of pseudo-single-bunch pulse picking in time-resolved experiments at the Advanced Light Source is reported. The pseudo-single-bunch technique improves signal to noise and drastically reduces dose-induced sample damage.
Synopsis: The upgraded INS endstation of the InterFace beamline IF-BM32 at the ESRF is presented.
Synopsis: Details of an original design of a bendable parabolic cylinder collimating X-ray mirror with active temperature stabilization are presented. The design grants assembly without spurious stresses, optimal alignment and shaping of the mirror. A motorized sagittal motion allows new areas of the mirror to be used when the current area is damaged or contaminated.
Synopsis: A homemade mirror for X-rays has been built to prepare a diffraction beamline for liquid surface diffraction and scattering measurements.
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