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CRG - Advanced Reflectometer for the Analysis of Materials

The reflectometer SuperADAM is an angle dispersive fixed wavelength machine which combines high flux due to a focussing monochromator with a high Q resolution.

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CRG - Advanced Reflectometer for the Analysis of Materials

SuperADAM is a redesigned version of ADAM. This CRG reflectometer for the analysis of materials is an angle dispersive fixed wavelength machine with horizontal scattering geometry. The new instrument has two operation modes. A high flux option (focussing monochromator made of intercalated graphite), mainly dedicated for soft matter research, and a lower flux option but with an improved Q resolution. It offers unique possibilities especially for measurements on magnetic samples due to the high resolution and the possibility of high polarisation and an accurate polarisation analysis.

Applications

SuperADAM offers extended capabilities making it possible to envision new types of experiments.

  • Solid Films and Superlattices: Layer magnetizations and hysteresis, Lateral patterns, GISANS, Exchange coupling, Antiferromagnetic exchange coupling of Heusler alloys, Exchange bias effects, Isotopic superlattices, Phase transitions, Hydrogen and oxygen profiles in metal superlattices, Superconductivity
  • Soft Films and Multilayers: Langmuir-Blodgett films, Liquids under shear
  • Materials Science Topics: Polyelectrolytes, Ion Implantation
  • Technical developments: Neutron waveguides as neutron optical devices, Characterization of Si perfect crystals for USANS

Instrument layout

The drawing shoes the heavily shielded position sensitive detector (300 x 300 mm), but a pencil detector is available if needed.