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|Title: ||An in situ rapid heat-quench cell for small-angle neutron scattering.|
|Authors: ||Pullen, SA|
|Keywords: ||Small Angle Scattering|
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2008|
|Publisher: ||Institute of Physics|
|Citation: ||Pullen, S. A., Gilbert, E. P., Olsen, S. R., Lang, E. A., & Doolan, K. R. (2008). An in situ rapid heat-quench cell for small-angle neutron scattering. Measurement Science & Technology, 19(6), 065707.|
|Abstract: ||A dual-temperature sample environment has been developed enabling the rapid heating and quenching of samples in situ for small-angle neutron scattering (SANS). The rapid heat and quench cell (RHQC) allows samples to be rapidly heated up to 600 K and then quenched to 150 K, or vice versa, in a single shot or cycle mode, with the sample in position for data collection. Measured cooling rates of up to 11 K s-1 and heating rates up to 19 K s-1 have been recorded during the testing stages. First results using the RHQC on a hydrogenated/deuterated paraffin blend quenched from the melt illustrate the value of the device in accessing the early stage phase separation kinetics with SANS. © 2008, Institute of Physics|
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