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The Magnetospectroscopy, Ellipsometry and Time-resolved Optical Spectroscopies (MET) beamline is intended for the study of materials by infrared spectroscopy. Of particular interest are studies of complex oxides exhibiting competing phases and emergent phenomena (e.g., multi-ferroics, topological insulators, high-Tc and conventional superconductors). Also of interest are semiconductor materials for advanced energy applications as well as 2D and van der Waals materials. Additionally, the beamline will be serving for the development of optical instruments and systems for the future INF infrared beamline.
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