Les appareils d'Orphée; Orphée neutrons spectrometers

Le réacteur Orphée a fourni des faisceau de neutrons dédiés à l'étude de la matière condensée de 1980 à 2019. Plus d'une vingtaine d'appareils de diffusion et diffraction de neutron de tout type étaient disponibles sur Orphée. On trouvera leur description sur cette page.

Les différents types d'appareil :

 

The Orphée reactor did provide neutron beams for the study of condensed matter from 1980 to 2019. More than 20 instruments of neutron scattering were available there. A short description of them may be found there.

A short description of the different types of spectrometers that were available can be found there :

 
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