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Only by using neutron instruments from across the globe, have researchers been able to characterise the magnetism of a graphene-like material.

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An international research team has succeeded in significantly narrowing the scope for the existence of dark matter, with the use of a precision experiment developed at the University of Bern, and carried out at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL).

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Courtesy of ISIS.

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By Upward, the official magazine of the ISS National Lab

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Breakthrough in neutron physics: A team from TU Vienna, INRIM Turin and ILL Grenoble has succeeded for the first time in building a neutron interferometer from two separate crystals.

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Do you like magnetic order but dislike having your spins near each other, cluttering up your crystals?

 

Why not take a look at Cr[Bi(SCN)6] ?

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Researchers at IRIG are conducting neutron scattering studies on iron-nickel-arsenic pnicture, a superconducting material at lower temperatures than those conventionally encountered. They have succeeded in probing this compound at the atomic scale,…