The photon-ion merged-beams experiment PIPE at PETRA III—The first five years

Stefan Schippers, Ticia Buhr, Alexander Borovik, Kristof Holste, Alexander Perry-Sassmannshausen, Karolin Mertens, Simon Reinwardt, Michael Martins, Stephan Klumpp, Kaja Schubert, Sadia Bari, Randolf Beerwerth, Stephan Fritzsche, S. Ricz, Jonas Hellhund, Alfred Müller

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The Photon-Ion Spectrometer at PETRA III—in short, PIPE—is a permanently installed user facility at the "Variable Polarization XUV Beamline" P04 of the synchrotron light source PETRA III operated by DESY in Hamburg, Germany. The careful design of the PIPE ion-optics in combination with the record-high photon flux at P04 has lead to a breakthrough in experimental studies of photon interactions with ionized small quantum systems. This short review provides an overview over the published scientific results from photon-ion merged-beams experiments at PIPE that were obtained since the start of P04 operations in 2013. The topics covered comprise photoionization of ions of astrophysical relevance, quantitative studies of multi-electron processes upon inner-shell photoexcitation and photoionization of negative and positive atomic ions, precision spectroscopy of photoionization resonances, photoionization and photofragmentation of molecular ions, and of endohedral fullerene ions.

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JournalX-Ray Spectrometry
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Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2019

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Ion beams
Photoionization
Photons
Ions
Experiments
Fullerenes
Photoexcitation
Synchrotrons
Light sources
Spectrometers
Optics
Spectroscopy
Polarization
Fluxes
Electrons

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Schippers, S., Buhr, T., Borovik, A., Holste, K., Perry-Sassmannshausen, A., Mertens, K., ... Müller, A. (2019). The photon-ion merged-beams experiment PIPE at PETRA III—The first five years. X-Ray Spectrometry. https://doi.org/10.1002/xrs.3035

The photon-ion merged-beams experiment PIPE at PETRA III—The first five years. / Schippers, Stefan; Buhr, Ticia; Borovik, Alexander; Holste, Kristof; Perry-Sassmannshausen, Alexander; Mertens, Karolin; Reinwardt, Simon; Martins, Michael; Klumpp, Stephan; Schubert, Kaja; Bari, Sadia; Beerwerth, Randolf; Fritzsche, Stephan; Ricz, S.; Hellhund, Jonas; Müller, Alfred.

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Schippers, S, Buhr, T, Borovik, A, Holste, K, Perry-Sassmannshausen, A, Mertens, K, Reinwardt, S, Martins, M, Klumpp, S, Schubert, K, Bari, S, Beerwerth, R, Fritzsche, S, Ricz, S, Hellhund, J & Müller, A 2019, 'The photon-ion merged-beams experiment PIPE at PETRA III—The first five years', X-Ray Spectrometry. https://doi.org/10.1002/xrs.3035
Schippers S, Buhr T, Borovik A, Holste K, Perry-Sassmannshausen A, Mertens K et al. The photon-ion merged-beams experiment PIPE at PETRA III—The first five years. X-Ray Spectrometry. 2019 Jan 1. https://doi.org/10.1002/xrs.3035
Schippers, Stefan ; Buhr, Ticia ; Borovik, Alexander ; Holste, Kristof ; Perry-Sassmannshausen, Alexander ; Mertens, Karolin ; Reinwardt, Simon ; Martins, Michael ; Klumpp, Stephan ; Schubert, Kaja ; Bari, Sadia ; Beerwerth, Randolf ; Fritzsche, Stephan ; Ricz, S. ; Hellhund, Jonas ; Müller, Alfred. / The photon-ion merged-beams experiment PIPE at PETRA III—The first five years. In: X-Ray Spectrometry. 2019.
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