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Instruments of LCLS

AMO

AMO: Atomic, Molecular & Optical Science

Overview

This instrument will enable the study of the interaction between the extremely intense LCLS X-ray pulses and the basic constituents of matter: atoms and molecules.


CXI

CXI: Coherent X-ray Imaging

Overview

This instrument will take advantage of the extremely bright, ultrashort LCLS pulses of hard X-rays to allow imaging of non-periodic nanoscale objects, including single or small clusters of biomolecules at or near atomic resolution.


MEC

MEC: Matter in Extreme Conditions

Overview

This proposed instrument will observe matter at temperatures exceeding 10,000 Kelvin and at pressures 10 million times the earth's atmospheric pressure at sea-level, enabling unprecedented understanding of exotic states of matter.


SXR

SXR: Soft X-ray Materials Science

Overview

This instrument will enable the high brightness and timing capability of the LCLS to be applied to scattering and imaging experiments that require the use of soft X-rays.


XCS

XCS: X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy

Overview

This instrument will observe dynamical changes of large groups of atoms in condensed matter systems over a wide range of time scales.


XPP

XPP: X-ray Pump Probe

Overview

This instrument will predominantly use a fast optical laser to generate transient states of matter, and the hard X-ray pulse from the LCLS to probe the structural dynamics initiated by the laser excitation.


Map

Instrument Map

Overview

The interactive instrument map illustrates the physical location of each instrument within the LCLS and provides helpful information about each instrument.


Instruments page

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