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Instrumentation for Neutron Scattering at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

  • W.A. Kamitakahara (a1), Jj. Rush (a1), J.M. Rowe (a1) and Hj. Prask (a1)

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) offers a wide range of neutron beam instruments to the U.S. community. Many of these are of recent construction, and are located in the Cold Neutron Research Facility, a large guide hall with fifteen experimental stations on seven neutron guides. A new liquid hydrogen cold source is being installed. Thermal neutron instruments in the reactor confinement are to be upgraded over the next few years.

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1 J. Res. Natl. Inst. Stand. Technology 98 (1993), a special issue which contains detailed descriptions of the NBSR, the CNRF, neutron scattering methods, and the particular instruments operating and under construction at NIST.
2 Copley, J. R. D. and Udovic, T. J., pp. 7187 in ref. 1.
3 Schelten, J. and Alefeld, B., Proc. Workshop on Neutron Scattering Instrumentation for SNQ, edited by Scherm, R. and Stiller, H. H., report Jül-1954 (KFA Jülich, 1984).

Instrumentation for Neutron Scattering at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

  • W.A. Kamitakahara (a1), Jj. Rush (a1), J.M. Rowe (a1) and Hj. Prask (a1)

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