SESAME's infrared (IR) spectromicroscopy beamline is in service!
Allan, Jordan, 30 April 2018. At 11:21 local time (GMT +3) scientists at the SESAME light source brought the laboratory’s infrared (IR) spectromicroscopy beamline into service for the first time.
This beamline is a completely new beamline. It was designed and built in collaboration with the French Soleil Synchrotron. It is SESAME’s second operational beamline, and it joins an X-ray beamline that saw first light on 23 November 2017.
Full article here: http://sesame.org.jo/sesame_2018/node/245
Picture: Gihan Kamel, SESAME’s IR beamline scientist