BESSY II
SOL³PES Station (Liquid Jet Ambient Pressure Photoelectron Spectroscopy)

Liquid Jet Ambient Pressure Photoelectron Spectroscopy

The experimental station SOL3PES is  a state-of-the-art experimental setup to study solid, solution and solar-cell systems by soft X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. It is equipped with a high-transmission hemispherical HIPP-2 R4000 ScientaOmicron electron analyzer for detecting electrons emitted from small molecular aggregates, nanoparticles, or biochemical molecules and their components in (aqueous) solutions, either in vacuum or in an ambient pressure environment. In addition to conventional energy-resolved electron detection, SOL3 enables detection of electron angular distributions by the combination of a ±11° acceptance angle of the electron analyzer and a rotation of the analyzer in the polarization plane of the incoming synchrotron-light beam.

SOL³PES setup

SOL³PES setup

contacts
Dr. Robert Seidel
Dr. Iain Wilkinson
Techniques
Absorption
  • NEXAFS
Photoelectron emission
  • Angular Resolved PES
  • XPS
control/Data analysis
Control Software Type
  • tbc
Data Output Type
  • tbc
Data Output Format
  • tbc
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