ENERGIZE

ENERGIZE

ENERGIZE is a collaborative effort of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (HU) and the Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences Adlershof (IRIS). The goal of this project is to build and operate a beamline with a suitable end-station for materials science in the field of energy research. ENERGIZE will be dedicated to research on hybrid materials and energy efficient technologies.

Anwendungsbeispiele:
  • Fundamental research into the electronic structure of new materials such as perovskite and 2D semiconductors
  • Optimization of interfaces in light emitting diodes, solar cells and photoelectrochemical elements for the production of storable fuels
  • Optimization of interfaces of opto-electronic components printed in the air
The ENERGIZE station

The ENERGIZE station


Methods

EXAFS, NEXAFS, XPS, UPS, ARPES

Remote access

not possible

Beamline data
Energy range 20 eV to 1.5 keV
Energy resolution E/ΔE=2888@500 eV (calculated)
Flux ~7·109@500 photons/s/0.1 A/1 μm2 (calculated)
Polarisation linear horizontal
Focus size (hor. x vert.) 145 x 92 μm (calculated)
Phone +49 30 8062 12155
Weitere Details ENERGIZE
Station data
Temperature range 160 K - 1100 K
Pressure range 1·10-10 mbar working pressure in analysis chamber
Detector DA30-L(R)
Manipulators 5-Axis LN2-cooled and resistive sample heating manipulator
Sample holder compatibility Omicron/SPECS-type sample holder system;
max size: 10 mm x 10 mm, up to 3 mm thickness.
Additional equipment • Attenuator system, to allow measurements on radiation sensitive samples (<5 pA/cm² sample current).
• in situ sample preparation: ion beam cleaning, sample heating and deposition (evaporation / sublimation) of organic and inorganic materials
• MCP LEED/Auger characterization

ENERGIZE wird sich der Forschung an hybriden Materialien und energieeffizienten Technologien widmen. Die Beamline ist zur Zeit im Aufbau.

ENERGIZE is a collaborative effort of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (HU) and the Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences Adlershof (IRIS). The goal of this project is to build and operate a beamline with a suitable end-station for materials science in the field of energy research. The new dipole-PGM (plane grating mirror) beam-line is optimized for the 20 eV to 1.5 keV energy range, which is ideally suited to perform ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) measurements. In addition, an attenuator system will be installed, to allow measurements on radiation sensitive samples (<5 pA/cm² sample current).