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Title Neutron Resonance Imaging
Abstract Neutron Imaging using epithermal neutron beams is a technique that is not yet widely exploited. However, it offers an interesting potential allowing for joining the advantages of imaging (i.e. space-resolved information) along with element sensitivity (at least for most medium-weight elements). In the following pages, the development of Neutron Resonance Transmission Imaging (NRTI) is presented. In recent years it has been developed by two separated groups making use of the characteristics of pulsed sources optimized for Time-of-Flight measurements. An application to a cultural heritage object at the ISIS facility is presented as an example in this chapter.
Organisation ISIS , ISIS-INES , STFC
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Book Chapter or Section In Neutron Methods for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. Edited by N Kardjilov, G Festa, part 2, 285-301. Springer, 2016. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-33163-8_13 2016