The Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) is currently engaged in the development and construction of Sirius, a new 3 GeV synchrotron light source, designed to be one of the most advanced in the world (http://lnls.cnpem.br/sirius/). For Latin America, the construction of Sirius represents a major leap into the future of synchrotron science. Mr Rafael Molena Seraphim and the vacuum group at LNLS have purchased Hiden RGAs and are working in collaboration with Hiden Analytical to provide RGA mass spectrometers for the development of the Sirius ring and NEG tube pump.
|Photos showing half an arc of the vacuum tube system of the Sirius storage ring currently in testing with the Hiden RGA mounted vertically at the top.|
|Group Head Mr Rafael Molena Seraphim commissioning the NEG tube pump.|
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