We present the results of a feasibility study for upgrading of beamline 4.1 at the SRS to a configuration that allows experiments with circularly polarised light. The upgrading project is based on the well-known of bending magnets that light emitted out of the storage ring plane is elliptically polarised. The photon flux at the sample and the degree of circular polarisation have been calculated, as a function of the photon energy, for different values of the out-of-plane solid angle from which the light emitted by an ideal bending magnet at the SRS could be collected by beamline 4.1.

Feasibility of experiments with circularly polarised light on beamline 4.1 at the SRS / P., Finetti; A. W., Robinson; G., Thornton; D'Addato, Sergio. - In: SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS. - ISSN 0218-625X. - STAMPA. - 1:(1994), pp. 601-604.

Feasibility of experiments with circularly polarised light on beamline 4.1 at the SRS

D'ADDATO, Sergio
1994

Abstract

We present the results of a feasibility study for upgrading of beamline 4.1 at the SRS to a configuration that allows experiments with circularly polarised light. The upgrading project is based on the well-known of bending magnets that light emitted out of the storage ring plane is elliptically polarised. The photon flux at the sample and the degree of circular polarisation have been calculated, as a function of the photon energy, for different values of the out-of-plane solid angle from which the light emitted by an ideal bending magnet at the SRS could be collected by beamline 4.1.
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Feasibility of experiments with circularly polarised light on beamline 4.1 at the SRS / P., Finetti; A. W., Robinson; G., Thornton; D'Addato, Sergio. - In: SURFACE REVIEW AND LETTERS. - ISSN 0218-625X. - STAMPA. - 1:(1994), pp. 601-604.
P., Finetti; A. W., Robinson; G., Thornton; D'Addato, Sergio
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