Small angle neutron scattering capability at ANSTO

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Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
The ANSTO Lucas Heights campus is home to three world-class small angle neutron scattering (SANS) instruments: Bilby, a time-of-flight SANS instrument [1], Kookaburra, an Ultra-Small Angle Neutron scattering instrument [2] and Quokka, a monochromatic SANS instrument [3]. Together they cover the structure of materials from 1 nm to > 20 microns. As well as recent scientific highlights, we here outline the updates from the group since the last ANSTO user meeting, notably: - The replacement of our lab-based small angle X-ray instrument with a state-of-the-art instrument along with a range of dedicated sample environments, currently being procured and due for installation early 2022. - The new rheometer for in-situ measurements on the three neutron instruments. - Our recently developed GiSANS setup, funded by the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center. © The Authors
Small angle scattering, ANSTO, Australian organizations, Australia, Research programs, Measuring instruments
de Campo. L., Gilbert, E., Knott, R., Mata, J., Sokolova, A., Whitten, A., Wood, K., & Wu, C.-M. (2021). Small angle neutron scattering capability at ANSTO. Presentation to the ANSTO User Meeting, 24-26 November 2021, Online. Retrieved from: