, Indiana University /IUCF
[Host: Stefan Baessler]
The Low Energy Neutron Source at Indiana University is a University-based long-pulsed source that makes use of a coupled solid methane moderator operating at temperatures below 10K. I will present recent results in which the moderator performance is compared to the predictions from our recently developed model for methane dynamics in
the low temperature (Phase II). I will also present the UCN production
in solid oxygen involving magnon (spin wave) exchanges which is fundamentally different from the well-known phonon mechanism in solid deuterium.
Nuclear Physics Seminar
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special room.
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