Coherent & time resolved scattering

Coherent and time-resolved scattering is a technique to investigate nano-scale properties for materials research, extending microscopic studies to the time domain for visualizing dynamics of nanoscale phenomena.
The picture Illustrated is a detected pattern of a Siemens star @ 25um.
The experiment was done at the LNLS Sirus Cateretê beamline. Cateretê is a beamline optimized to perform Coherent X-ray Diffraction Imaging (CXDI) and X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy (XPCS). Among its applications is the investigation of the dynamics of biological phenomena and nanoscale structures in the areas of petroleum, catalysts, and polymers, as well as in solving problems of the food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.

Link: https://www.lnls.cnpem.br/facilities/caterete-en

Detector used at the experiment, PIMEGA 540D: https://www.pitec.co/pimega-540d

Credits: Aline Passos, Eduardo Miqueles, Florian Meneau, Jean Polli, Carla Polo

Coherent & time resolved scattering use case

A Courtesy of the LNLS-Sirius @CNPEM, Brazil

 

LNLS Sirius Cateretê Beamline, Detector: PIMEGA 540D, Sensor: Si / 300µm, Experiment goal: Alingment purposes, Setup 12000mm.

Credits: Aline Passos, Eduardo Miqueles, Florian Meneau, Jean Polli, Carla Polo.

Coherent & time resolved scattering use case

A Courtesy of the LNLS-Sirius @CNPEM, Brazil

 

                                                                    Experiment: Gold Nanoparticles 400 nm Diameter

                                                                     Experiment Behenate Powder (AgBE) Diffraction Ring

LNLS Sirius Cateretê Beamline, Detector: PIMEGA 540D, Sensor: Si / 300µm. Credits: Aline Passos, Eduardo Miqueles, Florian Meneau, Jean Polli, Carla Polo.

Coherent & time resolved scattering use case

A Courtesy of the LNLS-Sirius @CNPEM, Brazil

 

                                           X-ray Diffraction Imaging of Collagen

                                       Siemens Star Diffraction Pattern

                                       Siemens Star Diffraction Pattern

LNLS Sirius Cateretê Beamline, Detector: PIMEGA 540D, Sensor: Si / 300µm. Credits: Aline Passos, Eduardo Miqueles, Florian Meneau, Jean Polli, Carla Polo.