Laboratório Nacional
de Luz Síncrotron

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XDS

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CONTACT


Coordinator: Narcizo M. Souza Neto
Coordinator Email: narcizo.souza@lnls.br
Coordinator Telephone Number: +55 19 3512 3516

Beamline Email: N/A
Beamline Telephone Number: N/A

For more information on the Beamline, check out the Beamline page here

The XDS Beamline Group is responsible for managing and operating the XDS Beamline dedicated to X-ray Diffraction and Spectroscopy in the current UVX synchrotron light source of the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS).

 

The team of researchers and technicians are responsible for assembling the instrumentation necessary for performing the experiments. They are responsible for advising users in the operation of the equipment, collection and processing of the data obtained in the XDS beamline.

 

The XDS Beamline Group also participates in the project of the EMA Beamline in the new synchrotron light source Sirius. This beamline will focus on X-ray techniques under extreme conditions.

MEMBERS

Narcizo Marques de Souza NetoResearcher
Carlos Augusto Escanhoela JuniorPost-Doc Fellow
Eduardo Henrique de Toledo PoldiUndergraduate Research Assistant
Elijah Anertey AbbeyMaster Student
Fabio Machado ArditoResearcher
Jairo Fonseca JuniorScientific Associate
Marcos Antonio da Silva EleoterioScientific Associate
Ricardo Donizeth dos ReisResearcher
Ulisses Ferreira KanekoPost-Doc Fellow
Victor Barbosa MartinsScientific Associate

PHOTOS

XDS: Visão Geral / Overview



Português:
Visão geral da cabana experimental da Linha de Luz XDS mostrando algumas das configurações experimentais.

English:
Overview of the XDS experimental hutch showing some of the experimental setups.

XDS: Célula de Bigorna de Diamantes / Diamond Anvil Cell



Português:
Célula de bigorna de diamantes sendo iluminada por sistema de medida de luminescência de rubi para experimentos de difração de raios X em condições de altas pressões.

English:
Diamond Anvil Cell illuminated by ruby luminescence measurement system for X-ray diffraction experiments at high pressure conditions .