Neutron Diffraction Cryoporometry – a measurement technique for studying mesoporous materials and the phases of contained liquids and their crystalline forms

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Neutron diffraction is a standard method for determining the structure of matter on an atomic scale; NMR cryoporometry is a recent widely-applicable technique for characterising structure on a 2nm to 2μm scale. An extension of these techniques is described, Neutron Diffraction Cryoporometry (NDC). The information from a set of neutron diffraction… (More)

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@inproceedings{Webber2007NeutronDC, title={Neutron Diffraction Cryoporometry – a measurement technique for studying mesoporous materials and the phases of contained liquids and their crystalline forms}, author={J. Beau W. Webber and John Dore}, year={2007} }