The ID line has a First Optics Enclosure and three tandem experimental stations (ID-B, ID-C and ID-D) with future capability for a second high energy branch line using a beam splitter. Only one of the experimental stations can accept x-rays at a time horizontally from the main beam.
- First Optics Enclosure (FOE) for X-ray optics and beam processing components
- Extended height enclosure for accommodating tall apparatus such as polymer extruders
- Advanced Crystallography with High Energy
- Anomalous Small and Wide Angle X-ray Scattering (ASWAXS)
NSF’s ChemMatCARS maintains a well equipped wet chemistry lab. Click here for more details.
A number of different detectors are available for use, convering a variety of experimental techniques. Click here for more details.
NSF’s ChemMatCARS Sector User and Outreach Coordinator
Executive Director and Project Manager