The second XUV beamline features a grazing incidence toroidal mirror, installed on a tripod motorized mount. It is designed to refocus the monochromatic harmonium beam on a 20 μm FHWM spot.
The beamline was hosting a liquid jet photoelectron spectroscopy and XUV absorption end station, which is now transferred to CEA in France.
The end station is now free for custom experiments, e.g. for optical metrology and detector characterization in the XUV range or for scattering experiments. Please contact us to discuss possible experiments and available instrumentation.