Soft X-ray photoelectron spectrometer
The LiquidJet PES apparatus is a specialized end-station for studying electronic structure of liquid water and aqueous solutions with soft X-ray photoemission spectroscopy. Liquid samples are injected into the main interaction chamber via a 10-20 micrometer mircojet, forming free liquid surface in vacuum. One 1500 l/s turbo pump and several LN2-traps keep the pressure on a moderate level under operation conditions. Electrons are detected by a robust and compact SPECS EA10 hemispherical analyzer with a 100-200μm skimmer orifice, acting as a pressure barrier between main chamber and EA. Please contact us for discussing technical details prior to submitting a proposal.
For more details and current status of the experimental station contact the station scientist(s).
Assigned to beamline(s)
|UE56-2_PGM-2||60 - 1300 eV||• horizontal|
|UE52_SGM||100 - 1500 eV||variable|
|U49-2_PGM-1||85 - 1600 eV||horizontal|
|Temperature range||275 - 300 K|
|Detector||Specs EA10-MCP electron analyzer|
|Manipulators||Two micrometer xyz-manipulators for jet and catcher positioning|
|Sample holder compatibility||--|
|Microjet Unit||Temperature stabilized Microjet with nozzles up to 25 micrometers in diameter|