Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction

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Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction. / Ahlburg, Jakob; H. Gjørup, Frederik; Mørch, Mathias; Christensen, Mogens.

2018. Poster session presented at MAX4ESSFUN Annual Meeting 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Ahlburg, J, H. Gjørup, F, Mørch, M & Christensen, M 2018, 'Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction', MAX4ESSFUN Annual Meeting 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark, 12/03/2018 - 13/03/2018.

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Ahlburg, J., H. Gjørup, F., Mørch, M., & Christensen, M. (2018). Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction. Poster session presented at MAX4ESSFUN Annual Meeting 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Ahlburg J, H. Gjørup F, Mørch M, Christensen M. 2018. Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction. Poster session presented at MAX4ESSFUN Annual Meeting 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Ahlburg, Jakob et al. Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction. MAX4ESSFUN Annual Meeting 2018, 12 Mar 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark, Poster, 2018.

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Ahlburg J, H. Gjørup F, Mørch M, Christensen M. Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction. 2018. Poster session presented at MAX4ESSFUN Annual Meeting 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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title = "Novel Experimental Setups for In Situ Neutron Diffraction",
abstract = "Modern synchrotron and neutron sources provide the intensities needed for performing never-before-seen experiments. With the imminent launch of the scattering facilities MAX IV & ESS, it is interesting to explore novel setups that enable new experiments at these sites. X-ray and neutron techniques compliment each other greatly, for instance by utilizing the difference in scattering lengths. X-ray scattering lengths scale with the number of electrons, which is not the case for neutrons. Neutrons can give a contrast between near-isoelectronic scatterers, for instance the neighbouring Fe and Co. Neutrons also provide information on the magnetic structure and can probe large bulk samples, allowing the study of compacted powders for use in permanent magnets. ",
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month = mar,
day = "12",
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AU - H. Gjørup, Frederik

AU - Mørch, Mathias

AU - Christensen, Mogens

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N2 - Modern synchrotron and neutron sources provide the intensities needed for performing never-before-seen experiments. With the imminent launch of the scattering facilities MAX IV & ESS, it is interesting to explore novel setups that enable new experiments at these sites. X-ray and neutron techniques compliment each other greatly, for instance by utilizing the difference in scattering lengths. X-ray scattering lengths scale with the number of electrons, which is not the case for neutrons. Neutrons can give a contrast between near-isoelectronic scatterers, for instance the neighbouring Fe and Co. Neutrons also provide information on the magnetic structure and can probe large bulk samples, allowing the study of compacted powders for use in permanent magnets.

AB - Modern synchrotron and neutron sources provide the intensities needed for performing never-before-seen experiments. With the imminent launch of the scattering facilities MAX IV & ESS, it is interesting to explore novel setups that enable new experiments at these sites. X-ray and neutron techniques compliment each other greatly, for instance by utilizing the difference in scattering lengths. X-ray scattering lengths scale with the number of electrons, which is not the case for neutrons. Neutrons can give a contrast between near-isoelectronic scatterers, for instance the neighbouring Fe and Co. Neutrons also provide information on the magnetic structure and can probe large bulk samples, allowing the study of compacted powders for use in permanent magnets.

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KW - Neutron diffraction

UR - http://max4essfun.ku.dk/am2018/

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