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Optimisation of a crystal design for a Bonse–Hart camera
Bonse-Hart double-crystal diffractometers (DCDs) with multi-bounce channel-cut crystals show rocking curves that depart dramatically from dynamical diffraction theory in their wings. The intrinsicExpand
The new high resolution ultra small angle neutron scattering instrument at the high flux reactor in Grenoble
In 1998, the combined Interferometer and Ultra Small Angle Neutron Scattering (USANS) instrument S18 at the 58 MW High Flux Reactor at the Institute Laue-Langevin in Grenoble (France) startedExpand
Nitrogen-rich compounds of the actinoids: dioxouranium(VI) 5,5'-azobis[tetrazolide] pentahydrate and its unusually small uranyl angle.
Uranyl(VI) 5,5'-azobis[tetrazolide] pentahydrate was synthesized and characterized using X-ray crystallography, elemental analysis, UV/vis, MIR, FIR, and Raman spectroscopy. It is the second-mostExpand
Nitrogen‐Rich Compounds of the Lanthanoids: The 5,5′‐Azobis[1H‐tetrazol‐1‐ides] of the Light Rare Earths (Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd)
On the occasion of Carl Auer von Welsbach's 150th birthday in 2008, we investigated the 5,5′-azobis[1H-tetrazol-1-ides] (C2N; (ZT)2−) of the light lanthanoids (Ln) cerium, praseodymium, neodymium,Expand
Ultra small angle neutron scattering (USANS) is a new technique that measures the elastic scattering from scattering length density fluctuations in the order of microns in real space, i.e. in theExpand
Nitrogen-Rich Compounds of the Lanthanoids: Highlights and Summary
In this third part of our research on the 5,5′-azobis[1H-tetrazol-1-ides] (ZT) of the lanthanoids, we present two compounds with La2(ZT)3 moieties with very different coordination modes between theExpand
Research reactors as sources of atmospheric radioxenon
Radioxenon emissions of the TRIGA Mark II research reactor in Vienna were investigated with respect to a possible impact on the verification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban-Treaty. Using theExpand
Neutron flux measurements at the TRIGA reactor in Vienna for the prediction of the activation of the biological shield.
The activation of the biological shield is an important process for waste management considerations of nuclear facilities. The final activity can be estimated by modeling using the neutron fluxExpand
High-intensity power-resolved radiation imaging of an operational nuclear reactor
Knowledge of the neutron distribution in a nuclear reactor is necessary to ensure the safe and efficient burnup of reactor fuel. Currently these measurements are performed by in-core systems in whatExpand
The status and patterns of nuclear education in an anti-nuclear environment, Austria
This paper describes the current status and basic patterns of nuclear education in Austria and highlights the Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM) activities of Atominstitute (ATI) through national and international networks. Expand