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Sponsored by the National Science Foundation as part of the Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering (CHRNS), this instrument is installed on a split neutron guide NG-B. Designed to cover a wide Q-range, from 0.015 nm-1 to nearly 6 nm-1, it is suitable for examining structural features in materials ranging from roughly 1 to 500 nm. At least 75% of the instrument time will be allocated to guest researchers by the Beam Time Allocation Committee (BTAC).
Specifications / Capabilities:
How NGB 30m SANS Beam Time is Typically Allocated in Each 38 Day Cycle:
Name: Cedric Gagnon - Instrument Responsible