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Neutron beam reactors

Neutrons, as compared to X-rays, electron beams or light … display a particular property: being without electrical charge, they deeply penetrate most materials.

This means that large samples of semi-finished products or even components can undergo neutronic testing. No prior surface treatment is required and tests are non-destructive.

The results are applied in various fields such as:

  • Mobility of organic molecules in soils
  • Optimisation of magnetic properties of multilayer materials
  • Setting of bioactive regeneration for bone growth
  • Study of carbon nanotubes properties
  • Study of magnetic correlations in superconductors
  • Study of surfactants
  • Crystallography and under constraint modifications / Measurement of residual constraints
  • Setting of new polymers
  • General support to nanotechnologies

and others.

HFR:horizontal section and channels

reactors/neutron_beam.txt · Last modified: 2023/12/27 14:28 by Joerg Pulz

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