Because of its high energy resolution and high momentum transfer the backscattering spectrometer IN13 is particularly useful for the microscopic study of single particle motions (jump reorientation, rotational and translational diffusion, tunnelling) observed by incoherent neutron scattering.
IN13 is mainly devoted to life sciences, in particular to the study of the dynamical features of macromolecular compounds in the μeV energy region, but scientific applications can be also found in areas of materials science, solid-state physics, geophysics and chemistry.
- Membranes and protein dynamics ; Protein/membrane interactions ; Extreme environmental conditions in biosciences and biotechnology ; In-vivo studies
Polymers and saccharides
- Saccharides and trehalose dynamics ; Main chain and side chain motions in polymers ; Conducting acid-doped polymers ; Rotator phases
Confined media and inclusion compounds