"The Macromolecular Crystallography (MX) group at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) is operating three state-of-the-art synchrotron beamlines for MX at BESSY II in Berlin (Heinemann et al., 2003; Mueller et al., 2012, 2015). The radiation source for all three beamlines BL14.1-3 is a superconducting 7T-wavelength shifter. Currently, the three beam lines are the most productive stations for MX in Germany, with about 300 PDB depositions per year and over 3000 PDB depositions in total (Status 12/2019). BL14.1 and BL14.2 are energy tuneable in the range 5.5-15.5 keV, while beam line BL14.3 is a fixed-energy side station operated at 13.8 keV. The HZB-MX beamlines are in regular user operation providing close to 200 beam days per year and about 600 user shifts to approximately 100 research groups across Europe. Additional user facilities include office space adjacent to the beam lines, a sample preparation laboratory, a biology laboratory (safety level 1) and high-end computing resources." http://dx.doi.org/10.17815/jlsrf-2-64
For more details and current status contact the beamline scientist(s).
|Temperature range||Pressure Range|
|MX-14-2||90 - 293 K||For details contact the station manager.|
|Source||7T-WLS-2 (Wavelength Shifter)|
|Energy range||5 - 15.5 keV|
|Energy resolution||2 eV|
|Divergence horizontal||2 mrad|
|Divergence vertical||0.35 mrad|
|Focus size (hor. x vert.)||100 μm|
|User endstation||not possible|
|Distance Focus/last valve||300 mm|
|Height Focus/floor level||1400 mm|
|Phone||+49 30 8062 13432|
BL14.2 was upgraded to become a beamline dedicated to highly automated fragment-screening experiments.