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|Title:||Neutron beam research in the Pacific Rim region - an Australian perspective|
Neutron source facilities
Structural chemical analysis
|Publisher:||The Institution of Engineers Australia|
|Citation:||Sabine, T. M., & Howard, C. J. (1994). Neutron beam research in the Pacific Rim region - an Australian perspective. Paper presented to the 9th Pacific Basin Nuclear Conference : Nuclear energy, science and technology Pacific partnership, Sydney, Australia, May 1-6 1994. In McDonald, N. R. (ed), Proceedings, 9th Pacific Basin Nuclear Conference: Nuclear energy, science & technology Pacific partnership, (pp. 365-377). Australia: The Institution of Engineers Australia.|
|Abstract:||A program of research in neutron scattering was established in Australia in the early 1960's, shortly after the reactor HIFAR commenced full power operation. The program has included elements of regional cooperation from the very early days. A report is given on the present status of Australian neutron scattering research, and the activities (including several major new developments) in other Pacific Rim countries are briefly reviewed. Given the increasing sophistication of neutron scattering facilities and techniques, the case for regional cooperation is strongly advocated.|
|Description:||Physical copy held by ANSTO Library at DDC 621.48/91.|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Publications|
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