The P66 beamline offers a variety of time- resolved and steady state VIS- UV- VUV luminescence spectroscopy methods. Thermo-, photo- stimulated luminescence spectroscopy, optical absorption and polarized reflectivity methods are avaliable as well.
The P66 optical beam source is a 2.1 meter long bending magnet providing 1013 photons in a VUV energy range. Two gold coated optical mirrors focus the beam in Horizontal (M1) and vertical (M2) planes on a entrance slit of the primary monochromator. The McPherson primary monochromator is 2-meter normal incidence type monochromator provide phootons in a energy range 4 eV to 40 eV.