J. Phys. IV France 104 (2003) 77
The photoelectron emission microscopy station at SRRCD.-H. Wei1, Y.-J. Hsu1, G.-C. Yin1, Y.-S. Wu1 and J.-C. Jan2
1 Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, No. 1 R&D Road VI, Hsinchu 300, Taiwan
2 Department of Physics, Tamkang University, Tamsui 251, Taiwan
A full-field imaging microscopy station based on photoelectron emission was established at the elliptical undulator (EPU) beamline at SRRC. The PEEM optics adapted in this System is an OMICRN FOCUS-IS PEEM with LN 2 cooling. Initial tests using mercury light source and synchrotron radiation have achieved 0.1 m/0.18 m spatial resolution, respectively, and the sample temperature can be cooled down to approximately 150 K. With energy ranging from 60 eV~1400 eV and linear/circular polarized x-rays, SRRC PEEM station can be used to explore micro-area absorption spectroscopy study and various contrast imaging on ultra-thin films and micro-structures. In this report, we will present the performance and recent activities of the PEEM station.
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