Nanoscale structures at interfaces formed by lipids and from polymer/surfactant mixtures - deeper understanding provided by large-scale facilities
June 24 14:30 - 15:30
- The deposition to form soft matter nano-scale structures at interfaces is a delicate balance...
A measurement of the antineutrino spectrum of the fission products of U238
July 01 14:30 - 15:30
- In the last years, antineutrinos from nuclear reactors helped todetermine the parameters in the...
Implementation of a Longitudinal NRSE option for RESEDA at FRM II
July 15 14:45 - 15:45
- Longitudinal NRSE (lNRSE) has the possibilities to extend the accesible dynamic range of both NSE...
Seminar: Expansion of Research Facilities at the NIST Center for Neutron Research
The NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) has just returned to full-time operation after completing the first phases of a major expansion. The increasing demand for neutrons by the research community has stimulated an 80% increase in the area of the guide hall, which will house five new guides with five new instruments to supplement the existing nineteen cold and thermal neutron stations. A second small, bright cold source is installed and operating in a beam tube. Upgrades and modifications to existing instruments are underway, and additional improvements have been made to the reactor plant and infrastructure. The new cold-neutron analytical chemistry station for prompt-gamma activation analysis and neutron depth profiling will offer higher flux than in existing positions, and a more open and flexible geometry for beam and sample conditioning.
- Physics HS3
- Garching, Garching, Deutschland
- Dr. R.M. Lindstrom, National Institute for Standards and Technology, Gaithersburgh, USA
- TUM/FRM II