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The European spallation source and future opportunities for materials science

Kirstein, Oliver LU (2015) 2014 MRS Fall Meeting In State-of-the-Art Developments in Materials Characterization 1754. p.111-122
Abstract

The European Spallation Source is Europe's next generation high-power neutron source utilising a linear accelerator and a rotating tungsten target to produce neutrons that will be used for fundamental research and industrial applications. The facility is co-hosted by the states of Denmark and Sweden, and while the main site will be placed in Lund, Sweden, the Data Management and Software Centre will be located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The facility will cover a broad range of scientific applications in the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, or life sciences. A focus will also be materials science and engineering, and dedicated instruments will gradually become available to the user community once neutrons will be produced neutrons... (More)

The European Spallation Source is Europe's next generation high-power neutron source utilising a linear accelerator and a rotating tungsten target to produce neutrons that will be used for fundamental research and industrial applications. The facility is co-hosted by the states of Denmark and Sweden, and while the main site will be placed in Lund, Sweden, the Data Management and Software Centre will be located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The facility will cover a broad range of scientific applications in the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, or life sciences. A focus will also be materials science and engineering, and dedicated instruments will gradually become available to the user community once neutrons will be produced neutrons from 2019 onwards.

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State-of-the-Art Developments in Materials Characterization
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1754
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12 pages
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Materials Research Society
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2014 MRS Fall Meeting
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10.1557/opl.2015.146
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  author       = {Kirstein, Oliver},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {02},
  pages        = {111--122},
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  series       = {State-of-the-Art Developments in Materials Characterization},
  title        = {The European spallation source and future opportunities for materials science},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1557/opl.2015.146},
  volume       = {1754},
  year         = {2015},
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