Specifications of neutron instruments

BL01 4SEASONS BL12 HRC
BL02 DNA BL14 AMATERAS
BL03 iBIX (Ibaraki Pref.) BL15 TAIKAN
BL04 ANNRI BL16 SOFIA
BL05 NOP BL17 SHARAKU
BL08 SuperHRPD BL18 SENJU
BL09 SPICA BL19 TAKUMI
BL10 NOBORU BL20 iMATERIA (Ibaraki Pref.)
BL11 PLANET BL21 NOVA


arrangement plan of the instruments


Attention
Any influences of the earthquake are not taken into account at the specification tables. About details, please ask to the contact persons at each beam line.

yBL01z 4SEASONS

1. Instrument 4 Dimensional Space Access Neutron Spectrometer (4SEASONS)
2. Overview of instrument The spectrometer aims at clarification of novel phenomena in high-Tc superconductors and related materials by investigation of spin and lattice dynamics over 4D momentum and energy space with high efficiency.
3. Contact person Ryoichi Kajimoto (CROSS)
4. Sub-contact person Mitsutaka Nakamura (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL01
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron energy 5 < Ei < 300 meV
@5.4@Detection angle Horizontal : -35‹ - 55‹, Vertical : -25‹ - 27‹
@5.5@Resolution (ƒ’E/Ei) > 5 %@(@ E = 0 meV)
@5.6@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 1~105 n/s/cm2i@Ei = 50 meV, ƒ’E/Ei = 5 %)(calculated value)
@5.7@Sample size and/or volume 2~2~2 cm3
@5.8@Ancillary equipments and sample environments Closed cycle refrigerator (5-300K). A high-temperature option (up to 600K) is available
6. Others view detail information (PDF)
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yBL02z DNA

1. Instrument Biomolecular Dynamics Spectrometer (DNA)
2. Overview of instrument The field of expected scientific research on the DNA spectrometer is very wide including the soft matter dynamics, the bio-molecular dynamics, the chemical molecular dynamics, the characterizations of the functional materials and the spin dynamics in the magnetism.
3. Contact person Kaoru Shibata (CROSS/JAEA)
4. Sub-contact person Nobuaki Takahashi (JAEA)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL02
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Analyzer Crystal and Reflection index (Analyzed Enegy Ef ) Si <111>(2.02 meV), Si <311>(7.4 meV)
@5.4@Bragg angle of analyzers ~87.5 [deg.]
@5.5@Scan angle Horizontal : -164‹ +164‹, Vertical : -14‹ +20‹(in plan)
@5.6@Energy Resolution [meV] 1.2µeV @(@elastic) Si<111>
5 µeV @(@elastic) Si<311>
@5.7@Momentum range 0.07 < Q < 1.98 [A-1]: Si(111)
0.60 < Q < 3.80 [A-1]: Si(311)
@5.8@Scan energy range -25 <E <45 (µeV) : single pulse scan around Ef
-300 < E <5100 (µeV) : RRM scan in second frame
@5.9@Sample size and/or volume 2~2~2 cm3
@5.10@Ancillary equipments and sample environments Toploading type Cryo-Fanace with Closed cycle refrigerator (5-600K) (in plan)
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yBL03z iBIX

1. Instrument IBARAKI Biological Crystal Diffractometer (iBIX)
2. Overview of instrument Collection of the pulsed neutron diffraction data from a single crystal to obtain the precise organic and protein structures.
3. Contact person Ichiro Tanaka (Ibaraki University)
4. Sub-contact person Katsuhiro Kusaka (Ibaraki University)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL03
@5.2@Moderator Coupled moderator
@5.3@Range of d-spacing 0.35 - 50 Å
@5.4@Resolution@(Specified unit cell dimension amax
@minimum d-space dmin)
amax = 135 Å
@dmin = 1.2 Å
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 7.0~107@n/s/cm2
@5.6@Sample size and/or volume
  • 6 days are necessary for an protein crystal with 5mm3
  • 3 days are necessary for an organic crystal with 2mm3
    Another important condition for a protein crystal: All cell dimensions should be less than 100π, and only one cell edge dimension up to 200π is also acceptable.
    iCalculation conditions: 14 detectors and 200kW of accelerator powerj
 @5.7@Ancillary equipments and sample environments Low temperature gasiN2CHe) flow equipment
6. Other information for user's convenience None
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yBL04z ANNRI

1. Instrument Accurate Neutron-Nucleus Reaction measurement Instrument (ANNRI)
2. Overview of instrument ANNRI is used for studies of nuclear science (nuclear data for nuclear technology and astrophysics, quantitative analyses, and so on).
3. Contact person Hideo Harada (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
4. Sub-contact person Atsushi Kimura (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL04
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron energy En>0.0015eV
@5.4@Spectrometer Ge Spectrometer (Flight length: 21.5m)
NaI Spectrometer (Flight length: 28m)
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) @21.5m sample position
4.3~107 n/cm2/s 1.5 meV < En < 25 meV
9.3~105 n/cm2/s 0.9 eV < En < 1.1 eV
6.0~106 n/cm2/s 0.9 keV < En < 1.1 keV
@5.6@Sample size and/or volume Using the most downstream collimator, neutron beams with diameters of 22, 7, and 3 mm are provided to suit samples of different sizes.
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yBL05zNOP

1. Instrument Neutron Optics and Fundamental Physics (NOP)
2. Overview of instrument The NOP beamline provides three unique neutron beams, a low-divergence beam, an unpolarized beam, and a polarized beam, by splitting one beamline with supermirror benders.
3. Contact person Takashi Ino (KEK)
4. Sub-contact person Hirohiko M. Shimizu (KEK)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL05
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Neutron wavelength 2A`9A
@5.4@Beam profile
(16 m position, vertical height ~ horizontal width)
Low-divergence beam branch : 80 mm ~ 20 mm
Unpolarized beam branch : 55 mm ~ 45 mm
Polarize beam branch : 80 mm ~ 50 mm
@5.5@Neutron intensity
(16 m position, @ 1 MW)
Low-divergence beam branch : 5.4~104 n/s/cm2
Unpolarized beam branch : 9.4~107 n/s/cm2
Polarize beam branch : 3.9~107 n/s/cm2
@5.6@Beam divergence
(16 m position)
Low-divergence beam branch : 5.4~10-2 ƒΚstr
Unpolarized beam branch : 1.0~102 ƒΚstr
Polarize beam branch : 1.9~102 ƒΚstr
@5.7@ Average neutron polarization Polarize beam branch : 96%
@5.8 Auxiliary equipments B4C slits at the 7.5 m and 12 m positions on the low-divergence beam branch.
B4C slits at the 12 m position on the unpolarized and polarized beam branches.
A Doppler shifter for UNC production.
6. Others The NOP beamline does not include shielding walls or ceiling in the experimental area, and experimental setups that should emit gammas or scatter neutrons are required to have proper radiation shielding.
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yBL08z SuperHRPD

1. Instrument SuperHRPD
2. Overview of instrument Pulsed neutron powder diffractometer for studying the crystal structure of material.
3. Contact person Takashi Kamiyama (KEK)
4. Sub-contact person Shuki Torii (KEK)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL08
@5.2@Moderator Poisoned decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Range of d-spacing 0.3 - 4.0 AiHigh-angle bankF150 ? 2ƒΖ ? 175 degj
0.4 - 7.5 Ai90degree bankF60 ? 2ƒΖ ? 120 degj
0.6 - 45 AiLow-angle bank F10 ? 2ƒΖ ? 40 degj
@5.4@Resolution (ƒ’d/d) Best resolution 0.03 %i@ 2ƒΖ ? 172 degj
0.1 - 0.15 %iHigh-angle bankF150 ? 2ƒΖ ? 175 degj
0.4 - 0.7 %i90degree bankF60 ? 2ƒΖ ? 120 degj
0.7 - 3.0 %iLow-angle bank F10 ? 2ƒΖ ? 40 degj
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 1.0~107@n/s/cm2
@5.6@Sample size and/or volume 3 cc
@5.7@Ancillary equipments and sample environments Auto sample changeriRT, 10samplesj
4K-type closed cycle refrigeratori4 - 300 Kj
Top-loading refrigeratori10 - 300Kj
High temperature furnacei1000Žj
6. Other information for user's convenience None
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yBL10z@NOBORU

1. Instrument NeutrOn Beam-line for Observation & Research Use (NOBORU)
2. Overview of instrument NOBORU provides a suitable neutron environment for testing various detectors & devices, new ideas of experimental techniques and irradiation of high-energy (~MeV) neutrons.
NOBORU is now the best pulsed neutron imaging instrument in the world.
3. Contact person Fujio Maekawa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
4. Sub-contact person Masahide Harada (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL10
@5.2@Moderator Decoupled moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron energy or wavelength ƒΙ <@9 Å (25Hz)
@5.4@Resolution (ƒ’d/d) 0.33%@(@ 2ƒΖ= 170 deg)
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 4.8~107 n/s/cm2 (< 0.4 eV) sample position: L1= 14.0 m
1.2~107 n/s/cm2 (> 1 MeV)
1.2~106 n/s/cm2 (> 10 MeV)
@5.6@Neutron beam size (@sample position) Maximum 10~10 cm2 (largest among all the instruments in MLF)
@5.7@Ancillary equipments and sample environments
  • two B4C beam slits to trim the neutron beam (L= 7.1 m & 12.7 m)
  • a flame-overlap chopper (L= 7.2 m)
  • a filter system to attenuate cold neutrons, epi-thermal neutrons or gamma-rays (L= 7.4 m)
  • a rotary-collimator with 4 holes (L= 8.0 m)
  • a He-3 neutron monitor counter (L= 12.7 m)
  • a 5-axes compact goniometer for samples
    (a 300 mmƒΣ table, load capacity 20 kg)
6. Other information for user's convenience
  • Variable collimator ratio (L/D = 140, 190, 600, 1875) for imaging experiment
  • Small beam divergence due to neutron guideless beam-line design.
  • An experimental space of 2.5(W)~3.5(L)~3.0(H)m3 to introduce various experimental equipment
  • Strong radiation shield which can endure against large samples (scatterer) up to a steel cube 10 cm on a side
  • In planning your experimental program, please consult with the contact person in advance
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yBL11z@PLANET

1. Instrument High-Pressure Neutron Diffractometer (PLANET)
2. Overview of instrument Powder diffractometer for in-situ observation of pressure induced structural changes in condensed matter
3. Contact person Takanori Hattori (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
4. Sub-contact person Hiroshi Arima (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL11
@5.2@Moderator Decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron wavelength 0.3 Å < ƒΙ < 5.8 Å (1st frame)
@5.4@d-range 0.2 Å < d < 4.1 Å (1st frame)
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 1.0 ~108@n/s/cm2@(standard mode)
0.3 ~108@n/s/cm2@(high resolution mode)
@5.6@Resolution (ƒ’d/d) 0.5 % (standard mode)
0.3 % (high resolution mode)
@5.7@Beam size 20 mm x 20 mm at max.
@5.8@Detectors 3He gas tubes (1/2")
2ƒ¦ range: 79‹-101‹
azimuth angle -35‹- 35‹.
@5.9@Sample environment
  • 6-axis high pressure apparatus "ATSUHIME" (30 GPa, 2000 K)
  • Positioning stage for various high pressure devices
  • Radial collimators
6. Other information for user's convenience On beam commissioning will start from 2012.
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yBL12z@HRC

1. Instrument High Resolution Chopper Spectrometer (HRC)
2. Overview of instrument Observation of elementary excitations such as magnons and phonons in materials under relatively high resolutions with relatively high energy neutrons
3. Contact person Shinichi Itoh (KEK), Taku Sato (The University of Tokyo)
4. Sub-contact person Tetsuya Yokoo (KEK)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL12
@5.2@Moderator Decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Neutron energy 10 < Ei < 500 meV
@5.4@Scattering angle Horizontal -10‹ ~ 40‹, Vertical: }20‹
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 1x105 n/s/cm2 (ƒ’E/Ei=2.5%)
@5.6@Energy resolution ƒ’E/Ei ≥ 2.5% (@E=0meV)
@5.7@Maximum sample size 4x4 cm2
@5.8@Ancillary equipments and sample environments Closed cycle refrigerator (5-300K)
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yBL14z@AMATERAS

1. Instrument Cold-neutron disk-chopper spectrometer iAMATERAS)
2. Overview of instrument Inelastic scattering spectrometer for detecting dynamical properties in atomic, molecular and magnetic systems in a relatively low-energy range with high resolution
3. Contact person Kenji Nakajima (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
4. Sub-contact person Seiko Kawamura (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL14
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron energy 1 < Ei < 80 meV
@5.4@Detection angle Horizontal: 5 deg. - 110 deg,
Vertical: -16 deg. - 23 deg. (Current state)

Horizontal: -40 deg. - 136 deg.
Vertical: -16 deg. - 23 deg. (Finale stage)
@5.5@Resolution (ƒ’E/Ei) ~1% (at the minimum) at Ei<3meV
~2-3% (at the minimum) at Ei<20meV
~4-5% (at the minimum) at Ei<80meV.
(These are current values and will be improved with progression of commisioning.)
@5.6@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 3 ~104@n/s/cm2 (@ Ei = 20 meV, ƒ’E/Ei = 1 %) (expected)
@5.7@Sample size and/or volume Beam is optimized for dimension of 1ƒΣ~2 cm3
   5.8 Ancillary equipments and sample environments  Closed cycle refrigerator (T<6K)
6. Other information for user's convenience
  • AMATERAS has just been constructed and is still under commissioning.
  • Therefore actual specifications may be different from the above at present, depending on the situation of the instrument.
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yBL15z@TAIKAN

1. Instrument Smaller-Angle Neutron Scattering Instrument (TAIKAN)
2. Overview of instrument Instrument for efficient and precise measurements of nanostructure and microstructure ranging from sub-nanometer to micrometer in various materials: metal, magnet, superconductor, soft matter, biomolecule, etc..
3. Contact person Jun-ichi Suzuki (Comprehensive Research Organization for Science and Societyj
4. Sub-contact person Shin-ichi Takata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL15
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron wavelength 0.5?8π (Unpolarized neutron)
@2?8π (Polarized neutron)
@5.4@Q-range 5~10-4?10π-1 (Unpolarized neutron)
5~10-4?2.5π-1 (Polarized neutron)
@5.5@Beam size 10mm~10mmiTypicalj
@5.6@Auxiliary equipments and sample environments Sample changer (T = ?25?125Ž, 10 samplesj
6. Other information for user's convenience Commissioning will be resumed in JFY2011.
The Q-range means a value in case of full installation of detectors.
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yBL16z@SOFIA

1. Instrument Soft Interface Analyzer (SOFIA)
2. Overview of instrument Material interfaces and thin films under various conditions could be investigated multi-dimensionally and rapidly.
3. Contact person Norifumi L. Yamada (KEK)
4. Sub-contact person Hideki Seto (KEK)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL16
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron energy or wavelength 0.2 nm < lambda < 0.88 nm (single frame mode)
0.25 nm < lambda < 17.6 nm (double frame mode)
@5.4@Scattering angle theta < 6 deg.
@5.5@Observable reflectivity R > `10-7
@5.6@Duration time 3" deuterated polymer (Q<1 nm-1, R<10-4): 5 minutes
3" deuterated polymer (Q<2 nm-1, R<10-6): 20 minutes
3" deuterated polymer (Q<4 nm-1, R<10-7): 1 hour
3" hydrated polymer (Q<2 nm-1, R<10-7): 2 hours
@5.7@Detector 2-dimensional scintillation counter (off-specular reflectivity measurement is available)
@5.8@Sample environment Evacuable high-temperature cell (up to 200 C)
@ Sample cell for solid/liquid interface measurement
@ Low temperature cell (from 5 C to 80 C, two independent samples)
6. Other information for user's convenience Free interface measurement is not allowed due to a limitation of a treatment of liquid (packed liquid is allowed).
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yBL17z@SHARAKU

1. Instrument Polarized Neutron Reflectometer with vertical sample-plane geometry (SHARAKU)
2. Overview of instrument Revealing mechanisms of functions of thin film devices by studying structures of surface and buried interfaces.
3. Contact person Masayasu Takeda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
4. Sub-contact person Dai Yamazaki (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL17
@5.2@Moderator Coupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Wavelength band ƒΙ=0.2 `0.84 nm (polarized neutron modej
ƒΙ=0.1 ` 0.88 nm (unpolarized neutron mode)
@5.4@Q range q=0.1`12 nm-1 (polarized neutron mode)
q=0.05`25 nm-1 (unpolarized neutron mode)
@5.5@Scattering-angle range 2ƒΖ = ?5 `23‹
@5.6@Detectors
  • 0-dimensional 3He gas detector
  • 2-dimensional multi-wire proportional counter
    isensitive areaF128 x 128 mm2j (in preparation)
  • 2-dimensional scintillation detectors
    isensitive areaF256 x 256 mm2j(in preparation)
@5.7@Sample environment Closed cycle refrigerator (4K)
electromagnet (1T)
6. Other information for user's convenience On beam commissioning will start in January 2012.
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yBL18z@SENJU

1. Instrument Single Crystal Neutron Diffractometer under Extreme Condition
2. Overview of instrument The diffractometer is dedicated for precise crystal and magnetic structure analyses under the combined extreme conditions using small sample less than 1 mm3.
3. Contact person Kenichi Oikawa, (Materials and Life Science Division, J-PARC Center)
4. Sub-contact person Takashi Ohhara, (Comprehensive Research Organization for Science and Society)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL18
@5.2@Moderator Poisoned decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron wavelength 0.4 ~ 4.4 Å (1st frame)
4.6 ~ 8.8 Å (2nd frame)
@5.4@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) 0.6x106 n/s/mm2istandard modej
1.3x106 n/s/mm2ihigh-intensity modej
@5.5@Sample position 34.8 m
@5.6@Specified unit cell dimension amax 50 Å
@5.7@Sample size > 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 mm3i@1MWj
@5.8@Detection angle Horizontal -13‹ ~ -167‹, +58‹ ~ +167‹
Vertical -29‹ ~ +29‹
@5.9@Sample environment RT goniometer
Closed cycle refrigerator (4K)
50 mK Dilution refrigerator (50mK)
Superconducting magnet (7T)
6. Other information for user's convenience On beam commissioning will start from 2012.
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yBL19z@TAKUMI

1. Instrument Engineering Materials Diffractometer (TAKUMI)
2. Overview of instrument Instrument for characterizing the internal strain (stress) and structure of engineering components and other industrial materials.
3. Contact person Kazuya Aizawa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
4. Sub-contact person Stefanus Harjo (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL19
@5.2@Moderator Poisoned decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Range of d-spacing Standard mode: 0.5 ? 2.7 A
Wide d-range mode: 0.5 ? 4.7 A (the intensity becomes half)
@5.4@Resolution (ƒ’d/d) High resolution mode:@0.17 %
High intensity mode:@< 0.4 %
TAKUMI has a pair 90 deg scattering detector banks having covering area of }15 deg in horizontal and }16 deg in vertical range for each bank. The resolution values were obtained after binning all pixels in the detector banks.
@5.5@Neutron intensity (@sample position @1MW) High resolution mode:@2.2~107@n/s/cm2 (designed)
High intensity mode:@4.8~107@n/s/cm2 (designed)
@5.6@Sample size and/or volume Standard sample volume: > 5~5~5 mm3
(available for the size with a side larger than 1m, need discussing with the person in charge)
@5.7@Ancillary equipments and sample environments
  • Large sample table (table size: 800~800mm2, load capacity: 1 ton)
  • Radial collimators (2mm width slits, 5mm width slits will be developed during 2010 FY)
  • Loading machine (Tension 50kN, Compression 20kN)
  • Dilatometer (1273K Furnace)
  • Eurelian cradle (sample weight < 8kg)
  • High temperature loading machine (1273K, Tension 40kN, Compression 20kN)
  • Low temperature loading machine (< 10K, Tension 50kN) -> will be developed during 2010 FY
6. Other information for user's convenience None
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yBL20z@iMATERIA

1. Instrument IBARAKI Materials Design diffractometer(iMATERIA)
2. Overview of instrument High-efficiency, general-purpose neutron diffractometer for the analysis of crystal structure of powder samples over a wide d-range (Q-range).
3. Contact person Toru Ishigaki (Ibaraki University)
4. Sub-contact person Akinori Hoshikawa (Ibaraki University)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL20
@5.2@Moderator Poisoned decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Range of d-spacing At present: @
0.181 ` 5.09 π (backward detector bank)

In near future:
0.255 ` 7.2 πi90 degree detector bankj
0.556 ` 45.14 πilow-angle detector bankj
3.38 ` 834 πismall-angle detector bankj

At completion: @
0.089 ` 5.09 πibackward detector bankj
0.255 ` 7.2 πi90 degree detector bankj
0.556 ` 45.14 πilow-angle detector bankj
3.38 ` 834 πismall-angle detector bankj
@5.4@Resolution (ƒ’d/d) 0.16 %@i@ backward detector bank)
0.5 %@i@ 90 degree detector bank)
@5.5@Estimated measurement time (@ 100 kW, 25 Hz operation ) `30 minutes for Si
`40 minutes for LiCoO2
@5.6@Sample size and/or volume Approximately@1.4 cc
(ƒΣ6mm x 50 mm height. Sample with 20 mm height is exposed to neutron beam. If the sample has smaller volume, measurement will take longer time.)
 @5.7@Auxiliary equipments and sample environments Sample changer (room temperature at atmospheric and low pressures )
Low temperature and high temperature environment will be developed in JFY 2011.
6. Other information for user's convenience None
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yBL21z@NOVA

1. Instrument NOVA
2. Overview of instrument NOVA covers a wide-Q range with the highest resolution of about 0.35% in order to observe various phases such as crystals, glasses and liquids.
3. Contact person Toshiya Otomo (KEK)
4. Sub-contact person Kentaro Suzuya (JAEA)
5. Information of instrument and equipments
@5.1@Beam line BL21
@5.2@Moderator Decoupled hydrogen moderator
@5.3@Incident neutron wavelegth 0.12 A < ƒΙ <@8.3 A
@5.4@Resolution (ƒ’Q/Q) 0.35 %
@5.5@Q-range 0.01 A-1 < Q < 100 A-1
@5.6@Sample size and/or volume

Standard sample Vol. φ6 mm x 20 mmi0.6 cc approx.j@

Beam size :5 mm x 5 mm at min. and 20 mm x 20mm at max.

@5.7@Ancillary equipments and sample environments

Auto sample changer (RT, 10 samples per load)

H2/D2 gas in-situ environmentiMax press.F10 MPa, Temp.F50 K ~ 473 K, PCT curve measurable)

Furnace (under commissioning) (RT ~ 1373 Kj

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