Heidelberg 2015 – wissenschaftliches Programm
A 11.7: Poster
Montag, 23. März 2015, 17:00–19:00, C/Foyer
Commissioning the Microfocus Optics for the CAMP Chamber at FLASH — •Jan P. Müller1, Benjamin Erk2, Rebecca Boll2, Cedric Bomme2, Evgeny Savelyev2, Günter Brenner2, Siarhei Dziarzhytski2, Barbara Keitel2, Marion Kuhlmann2, Elke Plönjes2, Kai Tiedke2, Rolf Treusch2, Mario Sauppe1, Angad Swiderski2, Lars Gumprecht3, Thomas Tilp3, Frank Siewert4, Thomas Zeschke4, Daniel Rolles2, and Thomas Möller1 — 1TU Berlin/ IOAP, AG M"oller, 10623 Berlin — 2DESY, 22607 Hamburg — 3CFEL, 22607 Hamburg — 4HZB, 12489 Berlin
Free electron lasers provide a high photon flux combined with ultrashort pulse durations.
A tightly foucussed radiation beam enables to study atoms, molecules, clusters and particles with nonlinear effects, particularly light scattering. A focus smaller than 8 x 9 µ m2 has been reached by a newly set-up Kirkpartrick-Baez optics at the BL1 of FLASH.
In combination with the permanently installed CAMP chamber , a multi-purpose instrument for electron and ion spectroscopy, pump-probe, and imaging experiments, it founds the base for user-experiments at high light intensities in a versatile and well-proven experimental chamber. In a first experiment very high charge states of ions from a rare gas target could be generated.
 L. Strüder et al., Large-format, high-speed, x-ray pnCCDs combined with electron and ion imaging spectrometers in a multipurpose chamber for experiments at 4th gen. light sources, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. A 614, 483–496 (2010)