PUS

Main Application: Complex inorganic materials (hydrogen storage materials, oxides, …)

Specifications
Take-off angle    55° – 98°, typical 90°
Wavelengths       0.732 – 2.575 Å, typical 1.55 Å
α1-collimation    15’
Total 2θ-range    2° – 132° (corresponding to 0.88 – 44.1 Å @ 1.55 Å)
Monochromator  vertically focusing, 16’ mosaicity horizontally   Germanium, cut parallel to (5 1 1) plane
Flux at sample    2.5×10^4 n/(cm2s)     (90° take-off)
Detector               2 detector banks with 7 3He, each covering 20°
Resolution           Δd/d = 3×10^-3 for d = 1 Å

Sample Environment
Temperature       9 – 1300 K
Pressure              up to 8 bar

SANS

Main Applications:  Polymer systems, nanoparticles, and porous nanostructured materials

Specifications
Wavelength range       4.7 – 11.5 Å (Max. flux at 5.1 Å)
Momentum transfer   Q  0.008 – 0.25 Å^-1 (corresp. d-value 25 – 780 Å)
Beam size at sample    Between 4.9 – 9.3 mm diameter
Flux at sample              Maximum flux is 8.4×10^5 n/(cm^2s)
Secondary flight path  Evacuated tank containing the detector
Detector                         3He-filled 60 cm area detector

Sample Environment
Standard                      10mm wide cuvettes, temp. control by water (0-80°C) or Silicon oil (>100°C)
Non-standard             High-T device (300 °C), high-pressure CO2 cell

ODIN

Main Applications: In-situ measurements, complex inorganic materials – instrument still under testing

Specifications
Take-off angles     75° – 120° (continuously, typical 105°)
Wavelengths         1.051 – 2.248 Å, typical 1.52 Å
α1-collimation      11’, 18’ and no collimation (about 2°)
Total 2θ-range      5.6° – 146° (corresponding to 0.795 – 15.6 Å @ 1.52 Å)
Monochromator  double focusing, 16’ mosaicity vertically, germanium, cut parallel to (5 3 1) plane
Flux at sample      5.4×10^5 n/(cm^2s)     (75° take-off, 18’ α1-collimation, simulated)
Detector                 4 area detectors of 500 x 800 mm2, horizontal resolution 3.8 mm
Resolution             Δd/d = 1.3×10^-3 for d = 0.9 Å, 120°, 12’ (simulated)

Sample Environment  as for PUS

DIFF

Main Application: Liquid-like and amorphous/disordered materials

Specifications
Take-off angle       25.6°
Wavelength            1.545 Å
Filter                        sapphire
Total 2θ-range       10° – 120°
Monochromator   Double focusing, pyrolytic graphite  1.25° effective mosaicity
Flux at sample       1.5×10^7 n/(cm^2s)
Detector                  position sensitive
Resolution              low (built for high intensity)

Sample Environment  as for PUS

R2D2

Main Application: Detector testing for ESS; provides a monochromatic beam and floor space

Specifications
Take-off angle        90°
Wavelengths           1.121, 1.540, 2.413 Å
α1-collimation        15’ and no collimation (49’)
Monochromator     vertically focusing, 16’ horizontal mosaicity   germanium cut parallel to (5 1 1) plane
Flux at sample        1.5×10^5 n/(cm^2s) (no α1-collimation, simulated)

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