The first synchrotron infrared beamlines at the advanced light source: Spectromicroscopy and fast timing

@article{Martin1999TheFS,
  title={The first synchrotron infrared beamlines at the advanced light source: Spectromicroscopy and fast timing},
  author={Michael C. Martin and Wayne R McKinney},
  journal={Ferroelectrics},
  year={1999},
  volume={249},
  pages={1 - 10}
}
Two recently commissioned infrared beamlines on the 1.4 bending magnet port at the Advanced Light Source, LBNL, are described. Using a synchrotron as an IR source provides three primary advantages: increased brightness, very fast light pulses, and enhanced far-IR flux. The considerable brightness advantage manifests itself most beneficially when performing spectroscopy on a microscopic length scale. Beamline (BL) 1.4.3 is a dedicated FTIR spectromicroscopy beamline, where a diffraction-limited… 

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