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Figure 1
Beamline P14 at EMBL Hamburg. (a) The first optical element, a transfocator, is positioned 40 m from the source point. The double-crystal monochromator is located at a distance of 45 m from the source. The X-ray beam can be additionally focused at the sample position (61 m from the source) using bimorph X-ray mirrors in KB configuration located 60 m from the source. The detector stage carries detectors for crystallography and X-ray imaging, whereby the available motorized degrees of freedom can be used to choose between the two detector systems. (b) As a third positional option, refractive X-ray lenses are also mounted on the detector stage which can be used to support magnified X-ray imaging. (c) For magnified X-ray imaging, the detector can be mounted on the downstream hutch wall while refractive X-ray lenses are positioned inline. (d) Overview of the experimental hutch.

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