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|Title:||Design and implementation of a differential scanning calorimeter for the simultaneous measurement of small angle neutron scattering|
|Citation:||Pullen, S. A., Booth, N., Olsen, S. R., Day, B., Franceschini, F., Mannicke, F. & Gilbert, E. P. (2014). Design and implementation of a differential scanning calorimeter for the simultaneous measurement of small angle neutron scattering. Measurement Science and Technology, 25(5), 055606. doi:10.1088/0957-0233/25/5/055606|
|Abstract:||For almost 30 years, at synchrotron facilities, it has been possible to perform small-angle x-ray scattering experiments whilst simultaneously measuring differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). However, a range of challenges exist to enable the collection of simultaneous small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) and DSC data associated not only with intrinsic flux limitations but also scattering geometry and thermal control. The development of a DSC (temperature range ca. −150 ◦C to 500 ◦C) suitable for SANS is detailed here and its successful use is illustrated with combined measurements on a binary blend of normal alkanes in which one component has been deuterium labelled. © 2014, IOP Publishing Ltd|
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