D33 - Massive dynamic q-range small-angle diffractometer
D33 is a Small-Angle Neutron Scattering instrument for the characterization of samples with typical sizes varying from the nanometer scale to few tenth of micrometer. In addition to a standard monochromatic mode of operation, D33 offers a time of flight mode (TOF) to cover an enhanced dynamic q-range qmax/qmin in one instrument setting. High magnetic fields, up to 17 T at the sample position, beam polarization and 3He spin analysis, facilitate and expand studies of magnetism and allow a more quantitative analysis of spin incoherent samples. The high flux allows for kinetic experiments with time resolution of the order of few milliseconds.
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