A portable IR fiber laser-heating system, optimized for X-ray emission spectroscopy (XES) and nuclear inelastic scattering (NIS) spectroscopy with signal collection through the radial opening of diamond anvil cells near 90°with respect to the incident X-ray beam, is presented. The system offers double-sided on-Axis heating by a single laser source and zero attenuation of incoming X-rays other than by the high-pressure environment. A description of the system, which has been tested for pressures above 100GPa and temperatures up to 3000K, is given. The XES spectra of laser-heated Mg0.67Fe0.33O demonstrate the potential to map the iron spin state in the pressure-Temperature range of the Earth's lower mantle, and the NIS spectra of laser-heated FeSi give access to the sound velocity of this candidate of a phase inside the Earth's core. This portable system represents one of the few bridges across the gap between laser heating and high-resolution X-ray spectroscopies with signal collection near 90°.

Spiekermann, G., Kupenko, I., Petitgirard, S., Harder, M., Nyrow, A., Weis, C., et al. (2020). A portable on-Axis laser-heating system for near-90° X-ray spectroscopy: Application to ferropericlase and iron silicide. JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION, 27, 414-424 [10.1107/S1600577519017041].

A portable on-Axis laser-heating system for near-90° X-ray spectroscopy: Application to ferropericlase and iron silicide

Cerantola V;
2020

Abstract

A portable IR fiber laser-heating system, optimized for X-ray emission spectroscopy (XES) and nuclear inelastic scattering (NIS) spectroscopy with signal collection through the radial opening of diamond anvil cells near 90°with respect to the incident X-ray beam, is presented. The system offers double-sided on-Axis heating by a single laser source and zero attenuation of incoming X-rays other than by the high-pressure environment. A description of the system, which has been tested for pressures above 100GPa and temperatures up to 3000K, is given. The XES spectra of laser-heated Mg0.67Fe0.33O demonstrate the potential to map the iron spin state in the pressure-Temperature range of the Earth's lower mantle, and the NIS spectra of laser-heated FeSi give access to the sound velocity of this candidate of a phase inside the Earth's core. This portable system represents one of the few bridges across the gap between laser heating and high-resolution X-ray spectroscopies with signal collection near 90°.
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extreme conditions; high pressure; laser heating; nuclear resonant inelastic scattering; X-ray emission spectroscopy;
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Spiekermann, G., Kupenko, I., Petitgirard, S., Harder, M., Nyrow, A., Weis, C., et al. (2020). A portable on-Axis laser-heating system for near-90° X-ray spectroscopy: Application to ferropericlase and iron silicide. JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION, 27, 414-424 [10.1107/S1600577519017041].
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