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Uniwersytecka Katowice Note for contributors: Contributions in English preferred or in Polish should be sent to the Editor. Layout by Arkadiusz Zarzycki. Cover design by W. Figure on the cover page: Illustration from the abstract “Wavelet analysis of X-ray absorption anisotropy: Accuracy and limitations of atomic structure imaging” by D.

Detailed information on PSRS is given on cover page 3. From the big bang up to the current times such interactions have been activating the processes and phenomena at the atomic level up to the scale of the whole Universe.

The radiation influences short and long term processes on our globe at the micro and macro scales affecting such areas as the plant growth, earth atmosphere, climate changes, weather, etc.

In the Universe the Stars are natural sources of EM radiation. In our planetary system the Sun supplies the Earth with a very broad spectrum of electromagnetic radiation spreading from the infrared, through the visible region to X-rays.

Significant part of the radiation interacts with and is absorbed by the atmosphere, the transmitted part interacts with the Earth ecosystem providing the necessary energy, catalyzing reactions and stimulating biological processes.

The knowledge and control of the radiation interaction with matter is therefore extremely important and allowing for understanding the ongoing reactions and processes and opening the possibilities of their control. Until there was no man made source of such properties and intensities enabling for research of EM radiation stimulated processes in such a broad spectrum of energies.

This situation has changed in when the first synchrotron radiation source was built. The advent of synchrotron radiation sources and their constant development and improvement has revolutionized the research in many areas of fundamental as well as applied science. Since then the potential of such facilities has been widely recognized and led to the development and construction of very high intensity light sources synchrotrons and free electron lasers emitting the radiation of unprecedented properties: Synchrotrons, despite being big devices their circumference ranges from several tens to several thousand of metersemit a very compact photon beam, which can be described as a light scalpel that can operate on the surface or inside the investigated objects.

It is not only the photon beam size but also the precision of the applied photon energy that means the light scalpel has unique applications.

This kind of site specific surgery opens up a vast range of research that is available only with synchrotron radiation. The systems investigated range from single atoms and molecules, through biological complex molecules proteins, Uczinw to bulk materials and crystals.

Over the last three decades, synchrotron light has supported cutting-edge research in physics, chemistry, biology and material sciences, and has opened up many new areas of research in fields such as medicine, geological and environmental studies, structural genomics and archaeology. The synchrotron radiation centers are truly multidisciplinary and multi-user facilities.

Many tens of such sources have been built in all developed countries having population of 40 million or more, but also in less populated Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Sweden, Denmark and Singapore or just developing Brazil and Thailand. Each of the existing sources is surrounded by tens of beamlines where specific tasks are performed by the users.

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It is difficult to imagine a technologically advanced country without at least one intense light source; the number of sources in each of most developed countries, USA and Japan, is of the order of twenty.

The unique properties of the radiation and the huge research and development potential offered by synchrotron light sources have been explored by the community of Polish scientists from the very beginning and their scientific output is perceptible, especially in the time following the access to European Community.

The synchrotron radiation users in Poland have formalized the existence of their community by creation of Polish Synchrotron Radiation Society PSRS in In the efforts to construct a synchrotron radiation source in Poland emerged. The goal was achieved in when the project National Centre of Electromagnetic Radiation for Research Applications stage I was granted. The project is run by Jagiellonian University and the facility will be located within the new University campus area, the new location for the Science Faculties and the site of the Jagiellonian Centre of Innovation – the Life Science Park.

The project is run in a very close collaboration with MAX-lab in Lund. Using the same design allowed for a fundamental reduction of the development and construction costs.

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Moreover, the modern, technologically advanced, novel Swedish design leads to improved parameters of the ring. The storage ring is composed of 12 magnet blocks forming a 12 double bend achromatic structures. Differences between the two projects will include the injector and the beamlines. The synchrotron will be capable of delivering radiation in a broad spectral range. Both, the bending magnets and insertion devices installed in the straight sections will be used for generation of radiation.

Installation of up to 20 beamlines and still more experimental end stations will be possible. There is an opportunity to build 10 beamlines at bending magnets and 10 beamlines at wigglers undulators.

Each beamline may have more than one endstation, so there is a perspective that the number of endstations will be of the order of The formal and financial status of the beamlines is under consideration. The budget of the project includes one experimental line. However, the initiatives for the next beamlines have emerged.

The community is asked to provide new beamline projects. The award was given in concert by three institutions: For more details see pages 1 4 of this issue. Cramm Photoelectron spectronanoscopy opportunities and challenges L 01 Ext. Ma lecki, and C. Dumas Working hard and in the cold: Krone Shedding synchrotron poznawamie on mercury toxicity L 04 Ext.

Ziaja-Motyka The progress of elemental anomalies of andraej formation in pilocarpine model of sndrzej lobe epilepsy X-ray fluorescence microscopy study The chemical species of sulphur in prostate cancer cells studied by XANES European X-ray free electron laser: Chwiej Atomic resolution macromolecular crystallography with synchrotron radiation Complexation of nucleic acids by cationic gemini surfactant Investigation of differences in frequency of creatine inclusions within hippocampal formation between the acute and latent periods of pilocarpine model of TLE-SRFTIR microspectroscopy study L O O M.

A polymer physics approach High-energy X-ray scattering studies of nanomaterials using a laboratory system Seeding of extreme ultraviolet free electron laser with high-order harmonic Solving and refining difficult structures by the program package JANA Techniques and technologies for ultra bright synchrotron light sources Graphene growth on Cu Microscopic angle-resolved photoemission and scanning tunneling microscopy investigations X-ray diffraction peak profiles from relaxed epitaxial films Luminescence of gases induced with EUV pulses from a laser plasma source L 08 Ext.

Spruce Imaging in nanoscale using laser-plasma sources of extreme ultraviolet EUV X-ray CT scan of stratospheric micron-sized dust particles: S lomkiewicz, and B. Zaj ac, and L. Walukiewicz Reversible valency transitions of europium in MBE grown Eu-Mn thin films Study of absorption properties of chemically modified halloysite samples with X-ray fluorescence and X-ray powder diffraction methods Analysis of synchrotron radiation aandrzej X-ray emission spectra with R environment Structural studies of magnetic Fe doped ZnO posnawanie SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre, project progress, Poznawabie First-principle approach to anrzej of changes in IR spectra of cellular DNA X-ray absorption and ansrzej spectroscopy of titanium dioxide with modified anionic sublattice Compton profile of Mg single crystal: High resolution experiment and theory Detection of X-ray abasorption anisotropy using fluorescence radiation for atomic resolved imaging P P P P P 05 Ext.

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Ha las, and Z. Nowak Searching for the differences between trichinella spiralis and mouse janpwski synthases: A quest for species-specific drugs A molecular structure study of 1,3,5-trichlorobenzene The determination of molecular structure of chloroanisoles by X-ray diffraction Distribution of biomolecules in the adrenal gland tumors FTIR results compared with histological view of samples Janowsji analysis of X-ray absorption anisotropy: Arvanitis Electronic structure and magnetism of Zn,Co O films: A soft x-ray spectroscopy study P B.

Majewska, M Pajek, and J. Adachi Singular value decomposition analysis of time-resolved powder diffraction data P M. Ma lachowski and M. Kozak Crystallisation of polymer phases and its influence on structure and mechanical properties of multilayered polymer systems P P. Przybylowicz Differences and similarities in roots of the nickel hyperaccumulating and non-accumulating genotypes of Senecio coronatus from South Janowsku P IX.

Przybylowicz Distribution and speciation of nickel in hyperaccumulating plants from South Africa P R. Podsiad lo Thermal expansion of gallium nitride P M. Kozak Rod-like morphology of silver nanoparticles produced in cationic gemini surfactants systems P M. Kozak The structure and morphology of gold nanoparticles produced in cationic gemini surfactants systems P A.

Walenta Multi-channel ionization chamber development for synchrotron beam flactuation monitoring and time resolve measurement P B. Drube Photoemission binding energy local change caused by crystalline local structure P 44 Ext.

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B ak-misiuk, and C. Fitch Thermal expansion of polycrystalline cbn in the low-temperature range P X. A conceptual design P Z. Kozak Spectroscopic and poznaawnie studies of interactions between gemini surfactants and phosphatidylocholine derivatives P Z. Kozak Structural analysis of selected gemini surfactant 1-imidazolilodecylooxymethyl pentane chloride andzej P Z.

Darul Hydrogen reduction of LiMn 2 O 4: Identification of products with synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction P A. B laszczak X-ray diffraction study of some liquid binary solutions P P. Giordano Local structure of iron carbide nanoparticles P M.

Adamek Synchrotron radiation based studies of the elemental composition and chemical forms of Fe and Zn in brain gliomas P M. Adamek Evaluation of the variability in elemental composition of dopaminegric neurons in senile brains using synchrotron radiation based X-ray fluorescence P 63a J. Synchrotron small-angle X-ray study P W. Ko lodziejczyk Electronic band structure of La 0. Hempelmann Size dependence of microstrain fluctuations in nanocrystalline chromium P A.

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Wide l, and W. Paulmann The investigations of the damages induced by flash pulses in jczniw crystals by means of white beam synchrotron section topography P 71 Ext. Ellmer Near-order structure of transparent conducting oxides: M lynarczyk 1, M. Fernandes Tavares 2, M. Einfeld 3, and E. The project is based on an identical copy of the 1.

A general description of the facility is given together with a status of activities. In the government pledged funds of MPLN with formal allocation after approval of a feasibility study from the Jagiellonian University for the construction of a light source with such a budget.