TITLE

Infrared synchrotron radiation from bending magnet and edge radiation sources for the study of orientation and conformation in anisotropic materials

AUTHOR(S)
Santoro, Gonzalo; Yousef, Ibraheem; Jamme, Frederic; Dumas, Paul; Ellis, Gary
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar2011, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p033710
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Over the last decade the use of synchrotron infrared microspectroscopy to spatially discriminate chemical and structural features in many different types of materials has grown considerably and has made significant impact in numerous research areas, in particular, in biological sciences and medicine. Although the brightness advantage of the synchrotron infrared (IR) source is well accepted as the key to high spatial discrimination, little attention has been given to measure the polarization properties of the synchrotron light at the sample stage in IR microscopy. In this work the intrinsic polarization of the IR source and its consequences for the study of anisotropic materials are discussed. The polarization characteristics of predominantly bending magnet radiation and predominantly edge radiation sources were measured at the microscope focus and compared. To illustrate the direct use of the intrinsic polarization of these sources in microscopy, the orientation and conformational details of a drawn polymer sample are considered.
ACCESSION #
59744495

 

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