1^2 ARPES ultra high resolution photoemission station
The 12 angle-resolved photoemission station is the more versatile sibling of the low-temperature 13 end-station. While it receives light from the same beam-line and is equipped with a very high resolution electron energy analyzer, it sheds the ability to reach the lowest temperatures in favor of a much more flexible 6 axes manipulator.
The versatility of the system is furthered by two sample handling options: it can be either be used with Cu sample holders for low temperature applications, or Omicron sample plates for enhanced sample preparation flexibility.List of publications
|Monochromator||Low energy collimated plane-grating monochromator with normal incidence option|
|Experiment in vacuum||yes|
|Temperature range||Measurement: 35–400 K; Preparation up to 2300 K|
|Manipulators||Motorized 6 axes manipulator (IFW Dresden design)|
MethodsUPS, Angular-resolved PES, XPS
- High-resolution angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy.
- Low energy electron diffraction
- Preparative sample heating up to 2300 K
- Quadrupole mass spectrometer
- e-Beam evaporators