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Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie

The Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin for Materials and Energy researches complex materials and material systems that contribute to mastering the energy transition: Concrete examples are next-generation solar cells and material systems that convert sunlight into chemical energy and store it, right through to quantum materials, which are a Enable data storage with far less energy consumption.

For this research and for research by an international user community, the HZB operates the photon source BESSY II. BESSY II supplies high-brilliance synchrotron radiation from the terahertz to the X-ray range. With the focus on VUV and soft X-ray radiation, BESSY II is perfectly matched to the analysis of energy materials and thin-film systems.

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