Small-angle scattering does not attempt to see atoms but is interested in the organisation of particles in dispersed systems. It explores the meso-structures of liquids and solids on length scales ranging from 1 nanometer to about a micron. Scattering properties of isotopes with neutrons can differ vastly, which allows to turn specific parts of the sample visible or invisible.
|LENS||BNC||Yellow Submarine||HU||More details|
|LENS||ILL||Small angle scattering instruments (D11, D22, D33, D16)||FR||More details|
|LENS||ISIS||Small angle scattering instruments (ZOOM, SANS2D, LOQ, LARMOR)||GB||More details|