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This page contains description of equipment used by GED group in Bielefeld.
|Mar 2018||New cold trap for experiments with MS unit.|
|2015 — 2018||Minor improvements.|
|13 May 2015||A valve for separation of the diffraction and mass-spectrometer chambers has been built.|
|22 May 2014||Hiden PIC 1000 series mass-spectrometer has been installed.|
|28 Feb 2014||A new booster pump (Edwards EH500) has been installed.|
|20 Dec 2013||A new diffusion pump (Edwards Diffstak 250/2000P) has been installed.|
The reconstructed Balzers Eldigraph KD-G2 (one of only two still existing ones worldwide) is presently in use in the laboratory.
The most recent papers [BergerZFN2009]Author: Berger, Raphael J. F.; Hoffmann, Manfred; Hayes, Stuart A.; Mitzel, Norbert W.
Journal: Z. Naturforsch B
Title: An Improved Gas Electron Diffractometer -- The Instrument, Data Collection, Reduction and Structure Refinement Procedures
and [ReuterZNB2016]Author: Reuter, Christian G.; Vishnevskiy, Yury V.; Blomeyer, Sebastian; Mitzel, Norbert W.
Journal: Zeitschrift für Naturforschung B
Title: Gas electron diffraction of increased performance through optimization of nozzle, system design and digital control
contain lots of details about this improved gas electron diffractometer.
In the apparatus at Uni-Bielefeld a sin2-type sector (15 cm in diameter) is used with common formula A*sin2(r/B). The formula shows opening angle of the sector depending on its radius r. Constants A and B are adjusted for corresponding requirements. When the constant B is defined the constant A can be calculated as π/sinn(rmax/B) (n is 2 or 3 for sin2 and sin3 types of sector, respectively), where rmax is the maximal possible radius of the sector.
Backing (fore-vacuum) pumps: Edwards x05 Scrollpump Oilfree, Edwards E2M80 oil pump and Edwards EH500 booster pump. Our last oilfree pump worked 48822.8 hours. On the pictures is the new one.
New diffusion pump (Edwards Diffstak 250/2000P), installed in December, 2013:
Old diffusion pump:
Turbo pump (Edwards EXT70H) attached to the electron gun:
This nozzle has been constructed for evaporation of compounds in a temperature range from 25 to 380 °C. However, it has also been successfully used for low temperatures below -15 °C.
Cold trap designed for using liquid nitrogen and installed from the opposite to the inlet system side.
Below is a similar cold trap for using with mass-spectrometer unit. It is constructed so that molecular beam passes from diffraction volume to MS detector, attached from left side.
A Hiden mass-spectrometer (PIC 1000 series, up to 2500 amu) with EPIC ion counting detector is attached to the electron diffraction unit.
Imaging Plates (IP) are used for recording diffraction patterns. IPs are scanned with a Fuji BAS-1800II scanner and the signal is deleted using an eraser.
For photo plates/films an EPSON Perfection V850 Pro is used. Its maximal optical resolution declared to be 6400 dpi. Our tests using a USAF-1951 target (see the image below) show that the real maximal resolution is 2048 dpi in the direction of moving lamp and CCD detector, and 2580 dpi for the CCD matrix. This also corresponds to the results of independent testing of an EPSON Perfection V800 scanner, which has essentially the same hardware as V850 Pro. Warning: films should not be scanned directly on the glass surface, otherwise they are not in focus and the resulting images are distorted!
|[BergerZFN2009]||Berger, Raphael J. F.; Hoffmann, Manfred; Hayes, Stuart A.; Mitzel, Norbert W. (2009): An Improved Gas Electron Diffractometer -- The Instrument, Data Collection, Reduction and Structure Refinement Procedures. Z. Naturforsch B, 64, 1259-1268|
|[ReuterZNB2016]||Reuter, Christian G.; Vishnevskiy, Yury V.; Blomeyer, Sebastian; Mitzel, Norbert W. (2016): Gas electron diffraction of increased performance through optimization of nozzle, system design and digital control. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung B, 71, 1-13|