Highlights

From September 1-8, 2005, we have completed the first neutron reflectivity experiment at N-REX+ on a MgF2/Au/glass system.

First neutron reflectivity experiments at N-REX+

From September 1-8, 2005, we have completed the first neutron reflectivity experiment at N-REX+ on a MgF2/Au/glass system.

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Former External Facilities

The former MPI-MF was operating a versatile hard x-ray beamline at the Angström Quelle Karlsruhe (ANKA) as a user facility for the institute.

Former ANKA Beamline

The former MPI-MF was operating a versatile hard x-ray beamline at the Angström Quelle Karlsruhe (ANKA) as a user facility for the institute.




In January 2005 the former Department Dosch installed a new type of instrument for surface and interface scattering using high energy X-rays at the dedicated high energy beamline ID15A (ESRF, Grenoble). Employing a focused high energy X-ray beam the instrument allows to perform structural investigations of deeply buried interfaces as well as free surfaces. Available scattering techniques include X-ray reflectivity Grazing angle diffraction Crystal truncation rod diffraction The instrument allows to investigate Free surfaces (solid & liquid) Multilayered systems and films (Solid-solid interfaces, solid-liquid interfaces liquid-liquid interfaces) and nanostructures. Applications include Studies of interfacial melting Structure of water at interfaces In-situ oxidation of nanoparticles Surface freezing in liquid binary metals Electrochemistry.

Former High Energy Micro Diffraction (HEMD)
Former Satellite Department Grenoble

In January 2005 the former Department Dosch installed a new type of instrument for surface and interface scattering using high energy X-rays at the dedicated high energy beamline ID15A (ESRF, Grenoble). Employing a focused high energy X-ray beam the instrument allows to perform structural investigations of deeply buried interfaces as well as free surfaces. Available scattering techniques include X-ray reflectivity Grazing angle diffraction Crystal truncation rod diffraction The instrument allows to investigate Free surfaces (solid & liquid) Multilayered systems and films (Solid-solid interfaces, solid-liquid interfaces liquid-liquid interfaces) and nanostructures. Applications include Studies of interfacial melting Structure of water at interfaces In-situ oxidation of nanoparticles Surface freezing in liquid binary metals Electrochemistry.




The former Department Dosch of the former Max Planck Institute for Metals Research operated the combined neutron/X-ray reflectometer N-REX⁺ at the Forschungsneutronenquelle Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II).

Former Satellite Department N-REX⁺ at FRM II, Garching

The former Department Dosch of the former Max Planck Institute for Metals Research operated the combined neutron/X-ray reflectometer N-REX⁺ at the Forschungsneutronenquelle Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II). [more]
 
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