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Neutron spin echo and reflectivity (at OFFSPEC)

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Neutron reflectivity is a powerful technique for investigating surfaces and thin films. The OFFSPEC instrument at ISIS neutron and muon source is both a reflectometer but also has a neutron spin echo (NSE) option. I will give a brief overview of the two techniques (with a particular focus on the implementation of NSE on the beamline), as well as some of my recent related work on thin film superconductor/ferromagnet proximity effects.

This talk is part of the Surfaces, Microstructure and Fracture Group series.

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