Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell

Kühnhammer M, Widmann T, Kreuzer LP, Schmid AJ, Wiehemeier L, Frielinghaus H, Jaksch S, Bögershausen T, Barron P, Schneider H, Hiess A, et al. (2021)
Applied Sciences 11(11): 5116.

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Kühnhammer, Matthias; Widmann, Tobias; Kreuzer, Lucas P.; Schmid, Andreas JosefUniBi; Wiehemeier, LarsUniBi; Frielinghaus, Henrich; Jaksch, Sebastian; Bögershausen, Torsten; Barron, Paul; Schneider, Harald; Hiess, Arno; Müller-Buschbaum, Peter
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The European Spallation Source (ESS), which is under construction in Lund (Sweden), will be the leading and most brilliant neutron source and aims at starting user operation at the end of 2023. Among others, two small angle neutron scattering (SANS) machines will be operated. Due to the high brilliance of the source, it is important to minimize the downtime of the instruments. For this, a collaboration between three German universities and the ESS was initialized to develop and construct a unified sample environment (SE) system. The main focus was set on the use of a robust carrier system for the different SEs, which allows setting up experiments and first prealignment outside the SANS instruments. This article covers the development and construction of a SE for SANS experiments with foams, which allows measuring foams at different drainage states and the control of the rate of foam formation, temperature, and measurement position. The functionality under ESS conditions was tested and neutron test measurement were carried out.
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
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Applied Sciences
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11
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11
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5116
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2076-3417
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955334

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Kühnhammer M, Widmann T, Kreuzer LP, et al. Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell. Applied Sciences. 2021;11(11): 5116.
Kühnhammer, M., Widmann, T., Kreuzer, L. P., Schmid, A. J., Wiehemeier, L., Frielinghaus, H., Jaksch, S., et al. (2021). Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell. Applied Sciences, 11(11), 5116. https://doi.org/10.3390/app11115116
Kühnhammer, M., Widmann, T., Kreuzer, L. P., Schmid, A. J., Wiehemeier, L., Frielinghaus, H., Jaksch, S., Bögershausen, T., Barron, P., Schneider, H., et al. (2021). Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell. Applied Sciences 11:5116.
Kühnhammer, M., et al., 2021. Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell. Applied Sciences, 11(11): 5116.
M. Kühnhammer, et al., “Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell”, Applied Sciences, vol. 11, 2021, : 5116.
Kühnhammer, M., Widmann, T., Kreuzer, L.P., Schmid, A.J., Wiehemeier, L., Frielinghaus, H., Jaksch, S., Bögershausen, T., Barron, P., Schneider, H., Hiess, A., Müller-Buschbaum, P., Hellweg, T., von Klitzing, R., Löhmann, O.: Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell. Applied Sciences. 11, : 5116 (2021).
Kühnhammer, Matthias, Widmann, Tobias, Kreuzer, Lucas P., Schmid, Andreas Josef, Wiehemeier, Lars, Frielinghaus, Henrich, Jaksch, Sebastian, Bögershausen, Torsten, Barron, Paul, Schneider, Harald, Hiess, Arno, Müller-Buschbaum, Peter, Hellweg, Thomas, von Klitzing, Regine, and Löhmann, Oliver. “Flexible Sample Environments for the Investigation of Soft Matter at the European Spallation Source: Part III—The Macroscopic Foam Cell”. Applied Sciences 11.11 (2021): 5116.
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