[Neutron] Buying Null Scattering Alloys for ambient sample cans?
lzc at dl.ac.uk
Wed Sep 17 17:53:50 CDT 2003
Based on a few responses I need to send a clarification.
We would like to use a null scattering material that
is easy to machine - for ambient temperature AND ambient
pressure. The alloy would be used for making cans for
a high capacity automatic sample changer for the powder
diffractometer that is being designed here.
> Does anyone have recommendations for null scattering
> alloys that can be easily machined for ambient temp
> and pressure neutron powder diffraction sample cans?
> Is there anything better than Zr/Ti?
> Anyone have experience purchasing rods of this
> null scattering material for making cans - and
> stability when used with a variety of room
> temp style sample compostions?
> Thanks in advance,
Lachlan M. D. Cranswick
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