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TY - CONF AU - Geraldes, R.R. AU - Bueno, C.S.N.C. AU - Capovilla, L.G. AU - Galante, D. AU - Guedes, L.C. AU - Kofukuda, L.M. AU - Kontogiorgos, G.N. AU - Lena, F.R. AU - Luiz, S.A.L. AU - Moreno, G.B.Z.L. AU - Neckel, I.T. AU - Perez, C.A. AU - Piccino Neto, A.C. AU - Pinto, A.C. AU - Sato, C. AU - Sotero, A.P.S. AU - Teixeira, V.C. AU - Tolentino, H.C.N. AU - Wilendorf, W.H. AU - da Silva, J.L. ED - Jaski, Yifei ED - Den Hartog, Patric ED - Jaje, Kelly ED - Schaa, Volker R.W. TI - Design and Commissioning of the TARUMÃ Station at the CARNAÚBA Beamline at Sirius/LNLS J2 - Proc. of MEDSI2020, Chicago, IL, USA, 24-29 July 2021 CY - Chicago, IL, USA T2 - Mechanical Engineering Design of Synchrotron Radiation Equipment and Instrumentation T3 - 11 LA - english AB - TARUMÃ is the sub-microprobe station of the CARNAÚBA (Coherent X-Ray Nanoprobe Beamline) beamline at Sirius Light Source at the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS). It has been designed to allow for simultaneous multi-analytical X-ray techniques, including diffraction, spectroscopy, fluorescence and luminescence and imaging, both in 2D and 3D. Covering the energy range from 2.05 to 15 keV, the fully-coherent monochromatic beam size varies from 550 to 120 nm after the achromatic KB (Kirkpatrick-Baez) focusing optics, granting a flux of up to 1e11ph/s/100mA at the probe for high-throughput experiments with flyscans. In addition to the multiple techniques available at TARUMÃ, the large working distance of 440 mm after the ultra-high vacuum (UHV) KB system allows for another key aspect of this station, namely, a broad range of decoupled and independent sample environments. Indeed, exchangeable modular setups outside vacuum allow for in situ, in operando, cryogenic and/or in vivo experiments, covering research areas in biology, chemistry, physics, geophysics, agriculture, environment and energy, to name a few. An extensive systemic approach, heavily based on precision engineering concepts and predictive design, has been adopted for first-time-right development, effectively achieving altogether: the alignment and stability requirements of the large KB mirrors with respect to the beam and to the sample*; and the nanometer-level positioning, flyscan, tomographic and setup modularity requirements of the samples. This work presents the overall station architecture, the key aspects of its main components, and the first commissioning results. PB - JACoW Publishing CP - Geneva, Switzerland SP - 292 EP - 295 KW - experiment KW - synchrotron KW - detector KW - vacuum KW - instrumentation DA - 2021/10 PY - 2021 SN - 2673-5520 SN - 978-3-95450-229-5 DO - doi:10.18429/JACoW-MEDSI2020-WEPB13 UR - https://jacow.org/medsi2020/papers/wepb13.pdf ER -