In Situ Cells and Synchrotron Experiments
LCMCP researchers design and use a variety of in situ cells for the analysis of their materials, whether at the lab or on large facilities such as synchrotron and neutron beamlines.
This working group aims at fostering expertise, knowledge and know-how on environmental analysis under gas, liquid, high-pressure, and other experimental conditions.
- 20 jan. 2020. New documents available on the intranet section: https://lcmcp.upmc.fr/intra/cells_and_synchrotron/
- 17 jan. 2020. Calls for projects are opened at ESRF (until March 2nd) and SOLEIL (until February 15th)
- 11 dec. 2019. SUM2020 Meeting: preliminary program is available.
- 6 dec. 2019. First stored beam at ESRF in the new storage ring! Read more.
Follow this link to access the content discussed in the working meetings (only available for LCMCP members): https://lcmcp.upmc.fr/intra/cells_and_synchrotron/
Sophie Carenco (animation of the axis; x-ray absorption; nap-xps)
Niki Baccile (neutron scattering; x-ray scattering)
Alexy De Jesus Almeida Freitas (x-ray absorption; x-ray scattering)
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Calendar of related events
ESRF User portal: https://smis.esrf.fr/misapps/SMISWebClient/protected/welcome.do
SOLEIL User portal: https://sun.synchrotron-soleil.fr/sunset/bridge/sunset/