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Online workshop December 13-14, 2021: New Developments in Fe-based Superconductors - Click to Register
The Quantum Materials Spectroscopy Centre (QMSC) beamline uses a unique dual-undulator as the source for investigating novel and fundamentally important materials in condensed matter physics. Both undulators are elliptically polarizing, allowing for an arbitrary orientation of light polarization. They cover separate energy ranges to maximize the spectral flux over the complete range available (15-1200 eV) for the endstations. The two beamline endstations are designed for both angle-resolved photoemission (ARPES) and spin-resolved photoemission (Spin + ARPES) experiments. These experimental setups will allow for probing the low-energy electronic state of materials. With this detailed information it becomes possible to examine many of the interesting questions generated by the correlated motion of electrons in materials.