Do neutrons publish? A neutron publication survey, 2005–2015

  title={Do neutrons publish? A neutron publication survey, 2005–2015},
  author={Thomas Gutberlet and Dirk Tunger and P. Zeitler and Thomas Br{\"u}ckel},
  journal={Neutron News},
  pages={18 - 24}
Publication in scientific journals is the main product of scientific research. The amount of papers published, their placement in high impact journals, and their citations are used as a measure of the productivity of individual scientists, institutes or fields of science. To give a profound basis on the publication record and the quality of the publication efforts in neutron scattering, a survey has been done following the approach to use bibliographic databases. Questions to be addressed by… Expand

Topics from this paper

Seventy years of scientific impact using neutron beams at the Chalk River Laboratories
The 31 March 2018 closure of the National Research Universal reactor marked the end of over 70 years of materials research using neutron beams from major neutron sources at the Chalk RiverExpand
Monte Carlo simulation of proton- and neutron-induced radiation damage in a tantalum target irradiated by 70 MeV protons
Beams of free neutrons are an important probe to analyze the structure and dynamics of condensed matter and are produced at neutron research reactors, neutron spallation sources or compactExpand


The pressure to publish pushes down quality
The quality problem has reared its head in ways that Price could not have anticipated, and Mainstream scientific leaders increasingly accept that large bodies of published research are unreliable. Expand
Neutrons in science and technology.
In the four decades since the first controlled nuclear chain reaction made them available in abundance, neutrons have had a revolutionary impact on much of science and technology. Best known,Expand
Skyrmion Lattice in a Chiral Magnet
This study experimentally establishes magnetic materials lacking inversion symmetry as an arena for new forms of crystalline order composed of topologically stable spin states in the chiral itinerant-electron magnet MnSi. Expand
From (pi,0) magnetic order to superconductivity with (pi,pi) magnetic resonance in Fe(1.02)Te(1-x)Se(x).
The results suggest a common magnetic origin for superconductivity in iron chalcogenide and pnictide superconductors and the magnetic soft mode evolving from the (pi,0)-type magnetic long-range order is associated with weak charge carrier localization. Expand
  • R. Rosenfeld
  • Medicine
  • Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
  • 2009
I am writing with a simple plea to balance the voluminous articles about treatment in your journal with a modicum of information about nature and caring effects to rekindle the perception of physicians as healers, not only treaters, who relish the gifts of nature, and foster the humanistic aspect of medicine that has thrived for millennia. Expand
General Strategies for Nanoparticle Dispersion
It is proposed that this entropically unfavorable process is offset by an enthalpy gain due to an increase in molecular contacts at dispersed nanoparticle surfaces as compared with the surfaces of phase-separated nanoparticles. Expand
Mechanical Properties of Nanoscopic Lipid Domains.
The results inform a number of theoretical models of domain/raft formation and highlight the fact that mismatches in bending modulus must be accounted for when explaining the emergence of lateral heterogeneities in lipid systems and biological membranes. Expand
however (for it was the literal soul of the life of the Redeemer, John xv. io), is the peculiar token of fellowship with the Redeemer. That love to God (what is meant here is not God’s love to men)Expand
Structural basis for the assembly of the Sxl–Unr translation regulatory complex
The results suggest that repression of dosage compensation, necessary for female viability, is triggered by specific, cooperative molecular interactions that lock a ribonucleoprotein switch to regulate translation. Expand
Thirty years of Spanish research using neutron techniques: a well-established discipline
  • Spanish Society for Neutron Techniques
  • 2009