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...
Superconductivity at high temperatures
Magnetic interactions could cause certain materials to conduct electricity without loss of power. This happens at higher temperatures than with state of the art superconductors like lead.
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research have contributed to these findings with neutron measurements at the FRM II. They examined an iron arsenide at the three axis spectrometers PUMA and PANDA. The results were published online at Nature Physics.
Normal-state spin dynamics and temperature-dependent spin-resonance energy in optimally doped BaFe1.85Co0.15As2
D.S. Inosov, J.T. Park, P. Bourges, D.L. Sun, Y. Sidis, A. Schneidewind, K. Hradil, D. Haug, C.T. Lin, B. Keimer and V. Hinkov;
Nature Physics, Letters (2009)