The layout of the two user laboratories is shown on the Floor plan.
In FELIX user Laboratory 1, all stations are or will be connected to the lasers FEL-1, FEL-2 and FLARE.
In FELIX user laboratory 2, the end stations are connected to FEL-1 and FEL-2; the two specific intra-cavity setups of the FELICE laser are located in this lab as well.
FEL-1, FEL-2 and connected user stations:
FEL-2 operates in the range from 5 - 45 microns (2.7 - 5 microns on 3rd harmonic) in 1 GHz and 25 MHz mode. FEL-1 operates in the range from 30 -150 microns in 1 GHz and 25 MHz mode. Currently available user stations for both lasers:
- Quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer
- molecular beam cluster experiment
- pump-probe station
- experiments built and performed on an optical table
- molecular beam laser-desorption setup
- fs-laser laboratory
FELICE and connected user station:
The Free-Electon Laser for IntraCavity Experiments (FELICE) is coupled to an Intracavity molecular beam instrument for spectroscopy of strongly bound clusters and ions.
FLARE and connected user stations:
FLARE operates in the range from 100-1500 microns in 3 GHz and 20 MHz mode and so-called spectroscopic mode (not high-resolution mode). Experiments can be performed on the optical table at the diagnostic station.
Please note: since the continuous wavelength tuning of FLARE currently has some limitations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting a proposal
Via a quasi-optical transport system, radiation from FELIX is also available in Cell 5 of the adjacent High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) for experiments that require the combination of high magnetic fields and intense THz radiation. Read more about this unique research possibility.