[Neutron] History pages now online

Philip Mitchell p.c.h.mitchell at reading.ac.uk
Mon Jun 2 16:41:37 CEST 2014

>From Dr Philip Mitchell


Our book should be on a list. It concentrates on ISIS but includes ILL:

Vibrational Spectroscopy with Neutrons - With Applications in Chemistry, Biology, 

Materials Science and Catalysis         

Philip C H Mitchell,  Stewart F Parker, Anibal J Ramirez-Cuesta & John Tomkinson 

pp xxvi + 642                           

World Scientific Publishing 2005        

ISBN 981-256-013-0                      


Philip M



From: neutron-bounces at neutronsources.org [mailto:neutron-bounces at neutronsources.org] On Behalf Of Alan Hewat
Sent: 28 May 2014 00:28
To: Ines Crespo
Cc: neutron at neutronsources.org
Subject: Re: [Neutron] History pages now online


Hi Inês. Just to say that Bernard Jacrot has written a book on the history of ILL, as have Peter Timmins with Roland Currat. Neither are on your literature list. I too have written some personal notes on ILL's history http://hewat.net/science/ill-hewat.html


Writing a "history of the world's neutron sources, instruments, and techniques" is quite a challenge. Bon courage ! Alan.


On 27 May 2014 18:45, Ines Crespo <Ines.Crespo at frm2.tum.de> wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I'm glad to announce that the history pages on neutronsources.org are now online:

It aims to provide articles, references and relevant information on the history of the world's neutron sources, instruments, and techniques, so that we can keep track of the developments in the field.

If you know of any material that you find suitable for these pages, please don't hesitate to email Gerry Lander or me at info at neutronsources.org!

Best regards,

Inês Crespo
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