MAX IV Laboratory
MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University, BOX 118, 211 00, Lund, Sweden
Accepted: 24 April 2023
Published online: 5 June 2023
MAX IV Laboratory is a Swedish national synchrotron radiation facility that comprises three accelerators with varying characteristics. One of the accelerators, the 3 GeV storage ring, is the world’s first fourth-generation ring and pioneered the use of the multibend achromat lattice to provide access to ultrahigh brightness X-rays. MAX IV aims to stay at the forefront of the current and future research needs of its multidisciplinary user community, principally located in the Nordic and Baltic regions. Our 16 beamlines currently offer and continue to develop modern X-ray spectroscopy, scattering, diffraction, and imaging techniques to address scientific problems of importance to society.
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