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TitleMeasurement of Ultracold Neutrons Produced by Using Doppler-shifted Bragg Reflection at a Pulsed-neutron Source
Author(s)Brun, T. O.; Carpenter, J. M.; Krohn, V. E.; Ringo, G. R.; Cronin, J. W.; Dombeck, T. W.; Lynn, J. W.; Werner, S. A.
Publication Date1979
Report NumberORO-2504-309
Unique IdentifierACC0350
Other NumbersOSTI ID: 5628749
Research OrgArgonne National Laboratory (ANL), IL (USA); University of Chicago, Chicago, IL (USA); University of Maryland, College Park, MD (USA); University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (USA)
Contract NoEY-76-C-05-2504
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
Subject73 Nuclear Physics and Radiation Physics; Ultracold Neutrons; Beam Production; Bragg Reflection; Doppler Effect; Motion; Neutron Beams; Pulse Techniques; Baryons; Beams; Cold Neutrons; Elementary Particles; Fermions; Hadrons; Neutrons; Nucleon Beams; Nucleons; Particle Beams; Reflection
Related Web PagesJames Cronin, CP Violation, and the Pierre Auger Observatory
AbstractUltracold neutrons (UCN) have been produced at the Argonne pulsed-neutron source by the Doppler shift of 400-m/s neutrons Bragg reflected from a moving crystal. The peak density of UCN produced at the crystal exceeds 0.1 n/cm{sup 3}.
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