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The X-ray pump-probe (XPP) instrument will predominantly use a fast optical laser to generate transient states of matter, and the hard X-ray pulses from the LCLS to probe the structural dynamics initiated by the laser excitation. The laser pump will have the ability to conduct precise optical manipulations, in order to create the desired excited states. The instrument design will emphasize versatility. To maximize the range of phenomena that can be excited, it will be necessary to be able to manipulate the laser pulse energy, frequency, and temporal profile. X-ray scattering will be the dominant tool for probing the laser-induced structural changes. These experiments require the union of four experimental capacities: the generation and delivery of X-ray and laser pulses to the sample, the preparation of the excited state in the sample, and the detection of the X-ray scattering pattern.

XPP Location

Near Experimental Hall (NEH), Hutch 3 » map
XPP is located in the Near Experimental Hall, hutch 3.
XPP Contact Information
 Name: Henrik Lemke
 Title: XPP Instrument Scientist
 Phone: (650) 926-2529
 Email: lemke@slac.stanford.edu

 Name: Diling Zhu
 Title: XPP Instrument Scientist
 Phone: (650) 926-2913
 Email: dlzhu@slac.stanford.edu

 Name: Matthieu Chollet
 Title: XPP Instrument Scientist
 Phone: (650) 926-2458
 Email: mchollet@slac.stanford.edu

 Name: Kelley Ramsey
 Title: XPP Area Manager
 Phone: (650)926-8663
 Email:

 XPP Hutch 3: Phone 7463 
 XPP Control room 3: Phone 7965 

SLAC SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, CA
Operated by Stanford University for the U.S. Dept. of Energy