028 – Neutron Science at the ILL
This episode covers neutron science at the Institut Laue Langevin in Grenoble. Helmut Schober and Ulli Köster cover what neutron science is used for, some interesting scientific experiments conducted at ILL as well as the physical fundamentals and the workings of the reactor and the detectors. We conclude the epsiode with a discussion of the ILL as a “research service facility” that offers all-around research support to visiting scientists.
- Institut Laue Langevin
- Neutron Sources
- The principle of Nuclear Fission
- Spallation Sources
- Scanning Tunnelling Microscope
- Atomic Force Microscope