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The experimental program at the Advanced Light Source to produce and characterize circularly polarized x-rays is described. A number of beamlines are either operating or under construction which produce circularly polarized light. Bend magnets, multilayer phase retarders, and insertion devices which directly produce circularly polarized radiation are described. These beamlines will have capabilities for both microscopy and high resolution spectroscopy. Measurements of the linear and circular polarization of these beamlines are also described.
TiSe2/NbSe2 superlattices crystallized from elementally modulated films have been studied with a Scanning Transmission X-ray Microscope (STXM) at the Advanced Light Source. The samples exhibited structures in the plane of the film with sizes of the order of one micrometer. The chemical sensitivity of STXM allowed us to infer that the titanium in the superlattice exists predominantly in microcrystalline TiSe2, but that these microcrystals are interspersed with elemental titanium inclusions. The STXM images reflect the interfacial nucleation between the constituent layers characteristic of the kinetic trapping method.
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