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Correlation type time-of-flight spectrometer with magnetically chopped polarized neutron beam

Correlation type time-of-flight spectrometer with magnetically chopped polarized neutron beam

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Published by Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Central Research Institute for Physics in Budapest .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Time-of-flight mass spectrometry.,
  • Neutron beams -- Polarization.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] L. Pál [and others]
    SeriesKFKI, 7/1968
    ContributionsPál, Lénard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC1 .M23 1968, no. 7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4409415M
    LC Control Number79012759

    Side view of our linear co-axial type time -of-flight (TOF) mass spectrometer for laser spectroscopic experiments. wbt 2 1. stainless steel vacuum chamber, 〜 65 L. 2. 4 main regions: (a) molecular beam source chamber (pulse valve, skimmer, electropneumatic gate valve, turbo pump ( l/s)). is a direct measure of the sensitivity of the time-of-flight mass spectrometer. Dynamic Range: The dynamic range of a time-of-flight mass spectrometer is defined as the factor by which the signal of certain specific mass is allowed to be smaller than other masses without being buried by ions of these other masses that arrive at incorrect by: 3.

    GBC Scientific Equipment (USA) LLC A N State St PO Box Hampshire, IL Toll Free: Fax: Inductively Coupled Plasma Time-of-Flight (TOF) Mass Spectrometer. GBC Scientific Equipment, known worldwide in the elemental analysis field with its successful range of AAS and ICP products, believes the time-of-flight technology has further strengthened its position in the analytical market.

    R Time-of-flight mass spectrometer. The Kore R TOFMS is offered to researchers who primarily wish to construct a high performance secondary ion time-of-flight mass analyser system to their precise requirements. The pulsed primary ion source needed to generate the secondary ions can be a pulsed gas or liquid metal ion gun or laser with laser post-ionisation if required. Neutron imaging using a pulsed neutron time-of-flight method can give an energy dependent transmission image, namely, spectroscopic image. This image includes the structure information if the sample is coherent scatterer. Here, two examples are introduced. First, we obtained the transmission image of a welded sample of SS and Change of the crystal structure depending on the position Cited by: 4.


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Correlation type time-of-flight spectrometer with magnetically chopped polarized neutron beam Download PDF EPUB FB2

Volume 26A. number 3 PHYSICS LETTERS 1 January CORRELATION TYPE TIME-OF-FLIGHT SPECTROMETER WITH MAGNETICALLY PULSED POLARIZED NEUTRONS J. GORDON, N. KROO, G. ORBAN, L. PAL, P. PELLIONISZ, F.

SZLAVIK and I. VIZI Central Research Institute for- Physics, Budapest, Hungary Received 8 December A correlation type ti riie-of-flight spectrometer has Cited by: In neutron time-of-flight scattering, a form of inelastic neutron scattering, the initial position and velocity of a pulse of neutrons is fixed, and their final position and the time after the pulse that the neutrons are detected are measured.

By the principle of conservation of momentum, these pairs of coordinates may be transformed into momenta and energies for the neutrons, and the.

Time-of-Flight Instruments at the Cold Neutron Research Facility Two time-of-flight spectrometers are planned for the guide hall of the CNRF. The first of these in-struments, which is primarily designed for medium resolution applications, is a modified version of the type File Size: 1MB.

A time-of-flight spectrometer utilizing a magnetically pulsed beam has been placed in operation at the High Flux Isotope Reactor at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The pulsing is accomplished by rapidly changing the magnetic moment direction in a ferrite crystal that serves to Cited by: detailed description of NTOF spectrometer is given.

Test beam results show that the spectrometer works well and data analysis procedures are established. The comparisons of the test beam neutron spectra with those of GEANT4 simulations are presented.

Key words: Time-Of-Flight spectrometer, Neutron production cross section, Spallation reaction. A reflectron (mass reflectron) is a type of time-of-flight mass spectrometer (TOF MS) that comprises a pulsed ion source, field-free region, ion mirror, and ion detector and uses a static or time dependent electric field in the ion mirror to reverse the direction of travel of the ions entering it.

Using the reflectron, one can substantially diminish a spread of flight times of the ions with. Ion Time-of-Flight Spectrometer: Development of an Ion Time-of-Flight Spectrometer for Neutron Depth Profiling [Sacit M.

Cetiner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ion time-of-flight spectrometry techniques are investigated for potential application to neutron depth profiling.

Time-of-flight techniques are used extensively in a wide range of scientific and technological Author: Sacit M. Cetiner. Comparison between time‐of‐flight spectra measured at a spallation source and at a high flux reactor Rev. Sci. Instrum.

59, (); / Fast Neutron Time‐of‐Flight Spectrometer Rev. Sci. Instrum. 33, (); / Fast Neutron Time‐of‐Flight Spectrometer. The resolution, in elastic time-of-flight, has been studied by Buras [9] and Holas [10]. The general expression is: Constant A includes the widths AT and At for the neutron pulses and the analysing channels respectively, and B includes geometrical terms: flight path uncer-tainties, chopper window width, sample and detectorsCited by:   We describe the design and current performance of the backscattering silicon spectrometer (BASIS), a time-of-flight backscattering spectrometer built at the spallation neutron source (SNS) of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).

BASIS is the first silicon-based backscattering spectrometer installed at a spallation neutron source. In addition to high intensity, it offers a high Cited by: DEVELOPMENT OF AN ION TIME-OF-FLIGHT SPECTROMETER FOR NEUTRON DEPTH PROFILING A Thesis in Nuclear Engineering by considerably reduces the geometric e ciency of the spectrometer.

Most of the neutron Experiments with the CEM Field Time-of-Flight Spectrometer. It has been recognized that an inelastic time-of-flight spectrometer with wide angular coverage in combination with polarized beam would be of great value for studies on quantum critical phenomena.

The energy lost by a neutron after scattering on a target is [4]: ER = 4A (1+A)2 cos2(θ)En () where A is the mass of the target divided by the mass of the neutron, En the incoming energy of the neutron and θ the scattering angle.

So, to maximize this energy one wants a angle θ close tomeaning that the neutron back-scattered. The ratio.

We calculate the time dependent wave function and energy spectrum resulting from the passage of a monoenergetic (plane wave) neutron beam through a chopper consisting of a slit with time dependent width. Experimental possibilities of observing the predicted effects are discussed.

A new type of inelastic scattering spectrometer involving the use of frame overlap in a time of flight instrument Cited by: Time-of-flight spectroscopy Detectors Sample Monochromator Pulser Source Beam stop Beam monitor ¾Monochromatic bursts of neutrons strike the sample.

¾Some of the neutrons are scattered. ¾Some of the scattered neutrons are detected. ¾The time between pulses, T, is divided into N time channels of width Δ=Τ/Ν.

(Αt the DCS, N=). The time of flight neutron diffraction experiment There are seven principle components to a time-of-flight diffraction experiment: 1.

Production of neutrons in a target 2. Slowing down and thermalization of the neutrons in a moderator 3.

Collimation of the neutrons into File Size: KB. The neutron energies are measured using the time-of-flight method. At a time resolution of ∼ ns and a flight base of ∼ m, the accuracy in measuring the neutron energy is ∼1% at an. where a neutron gives rise to a signal at the first detector, and event B, where the supposedly same neutron generates a signal at the second one.

In this way a neutron time-of-flight spectrum is produced. Spectral subcomponents, e.g. side peaks and merged peaks, reveal properties of reaction products. Experimental set-up for studying effects of a strong magnetic field on a structure and a decay dynamics of molecules, was designed and constructed.

A vacuum chamber, in which a molecular beam propagated, was mounted in a bore of a superconducting magnet. Laser light crossed the molecular beam in the magnetic field and excited the molecules.

Fragment or parent ions produced Author: Y. Kimura, Y. Kitahama, K. Takazawa. Neutron energy spectrometry diagnostics play an important role in present-day experiments related to fusion energy research.

Measurements and thorough analysis of the neutron emission from the fusion plasma give information on a number of basic fusion performance quantities, on the condition of the neutron source and plasma behavior.

Here we discuss the backscatter Time-of-Flight (bTOF Cited by: 2. is achieved by interrupting the beam with a mechanical chopper possessing a pseudorandom tooth pattern There the method is better known under the synonyms “pseudorandom time of flight” or “cross-correlation time of flight”.

Another more general name that relates to this type of multiplexing is pseudonoise spectroscopy. The ability to simultaneously focus a wide mass range of metastable fragment ions formed after the initial ionization event in a matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometer has been made possible by the development of a new type of ion by:   Experimental.

Tandem mass spectra were obtained on a Kratos (Manchester, England) AXIMA CFR time-of-flight mass spectrometer modified, as described previously [26, 27], with a collision cell mounted at the top of the ion source and ion focusing optics in the region ahead of the mass selection gate (Figure 1).The collision chamber is a stainless steel cylinder ( in long, in ID) and the Cited by: