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Title: Neutron scattering for industrial materials
Authors: Peterson, VK
Keywords: Materials
Neutron beams
Measuring instruments
Experiment planning
Issue Date: 27-Sep-2019
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Citation: Peterson, V. (2019). Neutron scattering for industrial materials. Presentation to the ANA 2019 Conference, Friday 27 September 2019, Ultimo, NSW.
Abstract: Functional materials are central to many technologically important devices and systems. Such materials are often multifunctional and highly responsive. Developing experimental approaches that specifically target functional materials is essential to obtaining a mechanistic understanding of function that leads directly to their advancement. This is particularly relevant given the increasing power and speed of characterization instrumentation, allowing real-time and non-equilibrium measurement of the material during operation to be made. Neutron scattering is a broad range of characterization techniques that allow the atomic and molecular scale structure and dynamics of materials to be understood. Importantly, the attributes of neutrons give a unique perspective of this detail, which is unavailable to X-ray methods. This presentation will highlight studies using neutron scattering to understand the functionality of industrially-relevant materials. Examples of neutron studies of materials for application in technologies including batteries and pressure sensing devices will be given.
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