Neutron beams are highly penetrating, non-destructive, and sensitive to light elements and magnetic structures. As such neutron scattering, imaging and spectroscopy form a family of methods that provide unique insight into structure, dynamics and kinetics from the atomic to macroscopic scale.
Whilst neutrons have played a key role in many fields of academic research, the special characteristics of neutrons, and the maturity of many of the techniques, lend themselves to application in industrial R&D. Neutron methods have been successfully employed in areas ranging from formulations and personal care products, through to understanding strains in aircraft wings.
This session will highlight the reasons why ESS chooses to study materials with neutrons and what types of measurement are possible.
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