forthcoming articles

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.

Accepted 5 August 2022

Fixed-target serial crystallography at Structural Biology Center

A fixed-target 3D printed mesh-holder optimized for sample handling for serial synchrotron crystallography was implemented. It allows rapid data collection from microcrystals. Data are analyzed and structures determined using a high-performance computing pipeline.

Accepted 2 August 2022

Study of X-ray topography using super-Borrmann effect

X-ray topography exerting super-Borrnann effect is realized using synchrotron radiation and a high-resolution CMOS camera.

Accepted 27 July 2022

Synchrotron radiation X-ray imaging with large field of view and high resolution using micro-scanning method

In synchrotron radiation X-ray imaging, the spatial resolution under a fixed field-of-view is improved using the micro-scanning method.

Accepted 26 July 2022

The soft X-ray monochromator at the SASE3 beamline of the European XFEL: from design to operation

The SASE3 soft X-ray beamline at the European XFEL is equipped with a grating monochromator. The design and current performance of the monochromator are discussed.

Accepted 25 July 2022

Multicolor single-analyzer high-energy-resolution XES spectrometer for simultaneous examination of different elements

This paper proves the feasibility and demonstrates the performance of a novel conical single-crystal analyzer in a von Hámos geometry to follow two sets of Kα hard X-ray emission peaks simultaneously, which can be used as an additional feature at synchrotron beamlines but also with laboratory setups or plasma sources. The conical-analyzer-based spectrometer is studied both experimentally as well as with ray-tracing simulations to provide a broad overview and understanding.

Accepted 16 July 2022

Upgraded imaging capabilities at the BAMline (BESSY II)

A recent upgrade of key equipment of the BAMline widens its imaging capabilities: shorter scan acquisition times are now possible, in situ and operando studies can now be routinely performed, and different energy spectra can easily be set up.

Accepted 15 July 2022

Application study of infrared free-electron lasers towards the development of amyloidosis therapy

An infrared free-electron laser was applied to dissociate amyloid fibrils of a peptide as a goal of the development of a novel therapeutic strategy for amyloidosis. Solid evidence for β-sheet to α-helix conversion in the peptide fibril by vibrational excitation of amide bonds was obtained by both experiment and molecular dynamics simulation.

Accepted 14 July 2022

High-resolution XEOL spectroscopy setup at the X-ray absorption spectroscopy beamline P65 of PETRA III

Accepted 13 July 2022

New data analysis for BioSAXS at the ESRF

A detailed presentation of the automatic data analysis pipelines for the BioSAXS beamline at the European synchrotron.

Accepted 10 July 2022

Beamline simulations using monochromators with high d-spacing crystals

A method is introduced for representation of arbitrary crystals, numerical calculation treatment and ray-tracing simulation, and upgrading the tools in the OASYS suit; the upgraded tools are particularly helpful for very complicated crystals constituting charged atoms arranged in any crystalline structure and including isotropic or anisotropic temperature factors. The new open source software tools developed here are available for supporting accurate calculations in the design and optimization of new X-ray monochromators.

Accepted 9 July 2022

Improved precision in As speciation analysis with HERFD-XANES at the As K-edge: the case of As speciation in mine waste

The improvement in As speciation resulting from As K-edge HERFD-XANES is evaluated in mine waste samples and synthetically generated mixtures of reference compounds.

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