X-ray absorption spectroscopy investigations on radioactive matter using MARS beamline at SOLEIL synchrotron

Abstract : The MARS beamline at the SOLEIL synchrotron is dedicated to the characterization of radioactive material samples. One great advantage of the beamline is the possibility to characterize about 380 radionuclides by different X-ray techniques in the same place. This facility is unique in Europe. A wide energy range from around 3.5 keV to 36 keV K-edges from K to Cs, and L3 edges from Cd to Am and beyond can be used. The MARS beamline is optimized for X-ray absorption spectroscopy techniques (XANES/EXAFS), powder diffraction (XRD) but x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis, High Energy Resolution Fluorescence Detected -XAS (HERFD-XAS), X-ray Emission (XES) and μ-XAS/XRD are also possible. A description of the beamline as well as its performances are given in a first part. Then some scientific examples of XAS studies from users are presented which cover a wide variety of topics in radiochemistry and nuclear materials.
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Radiochimica Acta, R Oldenbourg Verlag GMBH, 2014, 102, pp.957-972
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I. Llorens, P. lorenzo Solari, B. Sitaud, R. Bes, S. Cammelli, et al.. X-ray absorption spectroscopy investigations on radioactive matter using MARS beamline at SOLEIL synchrotron. Radiochimica Acta, R Oldenbourg Verlag GMBH, 2014, 102, pp.957-972. 〈in2p3-01096101〉

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