|The X-ray beamline of the Sychrotron Laboratory for Environmental Studies (Synchrotron Umwelt-Labor) combines diffraction, absorption and fluorescence measurements on environmentally relevant materials with microfocusing capabilities.
Sources of pollution, path of contaminants, and the contribution of synchrotron radiation based techniques via Molecular Environmental Science (MES) to enviornmnetal questions are the main tasks of this beamline.
|The SUL X beamline is major part of the Synchrotron Laboratory for Environmental Studies supported by the German governments (BMBF and state Baden Württemberg) for dealing environmental questions with synchrotron radiation methods. Therefore this beamline is designed for combined measurements with a microfocusing capability.
Initially utilising a wiggler source the beamline will be upgraded at a later date with a superconducting undulator.