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Neutron Scattering Experiments Show Surprising Reaction of Magnetic Nanoparticles to Magnetic Fields
Jülich/Garching, 29 July 2020 - Magnetic nanoparticles react differently to an external magnetic field than was previously expected. This has been shown in a study by an international research team which included Forschungszentrum Jülich and its neutron scattering facilities. To the surprise of the researchers, the magnetic core of the particles is seen to grow as a result of the exposure. The scientists’ investigations enable a more precise understanding to be gained of the structure and behaviour of particles in a magnetic field. This is an important step in the realization of sophisticated technical applications using such particles, for example, in achieving higher storage density in the computers of the future, or developing better battery technologies. The medical field is also interested in magnetic nanoparticles: with their help, specific areas of the body can be targeted with heat therapy in order to treat cancer.
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6th HBS Workshop 2020 moved to Virtual Workshop
The sixth international workshop on the topic of accelerator-based high brilliance neutron sources will take place as a virtual meeting via a web conference on the 17 - 18 September 2020 between 13:00 and 16:15 CET.
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The Jülich Centre for Neutron Science JCNS offers access to dedicated neutron scattering instruments for users. Users can apply twice a year for beam time at instruments at MLZ, ILL and SNS. More

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JCNS operates neutron instruments at the national and international leading sources MLZ, ILL and SNS under a common scientific objective.
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European Spallation Source (ESS)

Neutron scattering gives us unique insights into matter and is indispensable both for basic and application-oriented research. The world's most powerful neutron source is planned to go into operation in 2019, and Jülich will be part of it. More: European Spallation Source (ESS) …

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High-Brilliance Neutron Source

The high-brilliance accelerator-based neutron source HBS represents a unique infrastructure for neutron analysis serving a multitude of scientifc disciplines. More: High-Brilliance Neutron Source …

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Working hand in hand with science: Technical Services and Administration (PGI-JCNS-TA) develops innovative and tailor-made solutions for JCNS and other clients. More

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We are a member of the League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS), a not-for-profit consortium formed to promote cooperation between European-level neutron infrastructure providers offering transnational user programmes to external researchers.More


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