RESEDA: Resonance spin echo spectrometer

Christian Franz, Thorsten Schröder


RESEDA (resonance spin echo for diverse applications), a high-resolution resonance spin-echo spectrometer, operated by the Technische Universität München, is installed at the cold neutron guide NL5-S in the Neutron Guide Hall West. The instrument gives access to a large time and scattering vector range for quasi-elastic measurements.


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Schmidt, C. J., Groitl, F., Klein, M., Schmidt, U., & Häussler,W. (2010). CASCADE with NRSE: Fast Intensity Modulation Techniques used in Quasielastic Neutron Scattering. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 251(1), 012067.

Cite article as: Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum et al. (2015). RESEDA: Resonance spin echo spectrometer. Journal of large-scale research facilities, 1, A14.




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