The Neutron Resonance Spin-Echo option with magnets moved to 90 degree angle.  The accepted scattered beam divergence is low.




By replacing the RF magnet systems by a combination of RF flippers and large coils we can increase the  scattered beam divergence significantly and improve statistics.

N(R)SE uses the same magnetic field configuration and resonant flippers as SESANS and Larmor diffraction but without inclined field boundaries shown in the figure. In this case the echo probes the dynamics of the sample with a highest Fourier time of about 20 nanoseconds. This configuration will be pushed to the limits. The goal would be to reach the highest possible Fourier times, possibly by adopting the longitudinal NRSE configuration and incorporating correction elements.

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