Neutrons for scattering: What they are, where to get them, and how to deal with them

@inproceedings{Ederth2018NeutronsFS,
  title={Neutrons for scattering: What they are, where to get them, and how to deal with them},
  author={Thomas Ederth},
  year={2018}
}
In neutron scattering studies of soft matter, a diverse array of methods and instruments are used, providing information on structure and dynamics on various length and energy scales. However, much of the infrastructure needed for neutron scattering is common for many instruments. After a brief historical retrospect of neutron scattering, this chapter introduces the basic infrastructure needed to conduct scattering experiments. This includes equipment that is used to produce, spectrally adjust… CONTINUE READING

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