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Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering

Other instruments and services

X-ray instruments 

  • Small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS)

    Small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS)

    Bruker and Hecus Small-Angle X-ray Scattering instruments are available for a variety of sample environments.

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  • X-ray reflectometer

    X-ray reflectometer

    The X-ray reflectometer is capable of measuring reflectivity at air-solid or air-liquid interfaces. 

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Sample environments

  • Sample environment apparatus

    Sample environment apparatus

    Two sample environment laboratories and four sample preparation laboratories are available for use.

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  • Helium-3 Polarising Station

    Helium-3 Polarising Station

    The station enables polarisation-analysis experiments on WOMBAT, QUOKKA, TAIPAN, PELICAN and SIKA, and will extend the present polarisation-analysis capability on PLATYPUS.

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  • Laboratories

    Laboratories

    Laboratories for chemistry (wet and powder), biology, furnace are located in the Neutron Guide Hall. 

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  • Physical Properties Measurement System

    Physical Properties Measurement System

    A new 9-T Physical Properties Measurement System that includes a vibrating-sample magnetometer, AC susceptibility, heat capacity and resistivity measurement capability.

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Computing infrastructure

  • Computing infrastructure for neutron scattering

    Computing infrastructure for neutron scattering

    The computing and electronics group develops and maintains software and hardware for Instrument Control Program SICS, Graphical User Interface GumTree,  Data Analysis under GumTree, Data Acquisition Electronics,  Motion Control, Interlocks and Electrical Supply

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  • Computing infrastructure for synchrotron beamlines

    Computing infrastructure for synchrotron beamlines

    Resources and capabilities to add significant value to synchrotron experiments, including specialised scientific software and high performance computing

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User access

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