Example of a neutron microtomography using the PSI 'Neutron Microscope’ at the ILL-D50 beamline: A vertical slice from a neutron microtomography dataset showing dendritic
microstructures of lead, voids and gold in a sample of a gold-lead alloy.
Figure published in the WCNR-11 paper:
"PSI ‘Neutron Microscope’ at ILL-D50 Beamline - First Results"

Pavel Trtik, Michael Meyer, Timon Wehmann, Alessandro Tengattini, Duncan Atkins, Eberhard Lehmann, Markus Strobl
Materials Research Proceedings 15 (2020) 23-28
Reproduced by permission of the authors.

March 2020 

 

April 2020 

 

 

Egyptian objects from the Kha and Merit grave goods.

Left: sealed ceramic vase investigated through neutron techniques, neutron radiography, and PGAA plot with the labels of the detected isotopes;

Right: Egyptian metallic vase (situla), neutron radiography and one of the acquired diffraction patterns

Figure published in the paper:

"Neutrons for Cultural Heritage—Techniques, Sensors, and Detection"

Giulia Festa , Giovanni Romanelli , Roberto Senesi, Laura Arcidiacono, Claudia Scatigno, Stewart F. Parker, M. P. M. MarquesCarla Andreani 

Sensors 2020, 20(2), 502; https://doi.org/10.3390/s20020502             

 

Reproduced with permission from G. Romanelli, Sensors; published by MDPI, 2020.

May 2020 

 

 

Left: radiographic image of maltodextrin particles (x = 3.55 mm, c = 0.05 w/w) with the respective transmission scale;

Right: tomographic image of the maltodextrin particle (x = 3.55 mm, c = 0.05 w/w) at a height of 1.55 mm (red line in the left image) with the absorption scale (a.u.); the particle edge is represented by the red dotted line; the green line indicates the actual position of the drying front.

 

Figure published in the paper:-

"Development of an experimental setup for in situ visualization of   lyophilization using neutron radiography and computed   tomography."

Hilmer MPeters JSchulz MGruber SVorhauer NTsotsas E, Foerst P


Reproduced from The Review of Scientific Instruments, 01 Jan 2020, 91(1):014102, with the permission of AIP Publishing.

DOI: 10.1063/1.5126927 PMID: 32012547 

June 2020 

 

Photo (a) and a fast neutron image (b) of the Li-fueled reactor, post-operation. The flat and dark-field corrected radiographic image reveals a heat exchanger coil, the upper highly oxidized region (dark-gray), and the lower, primarily non-oxidized, elemental Li-rich portion (light gray). The image was taken over four minutes of exposure time. The red line represent roughly the beam size at the detector position.

Figure published in the WCNR-11 paper:

"Fast Neutron Imaging at a Reactor Beam Line"

R. Zboray, Ch. Greer, A. Rattner, R. Adams, Z. Kis

Materials Research Proceedings 15 (2020) 180-184

Reproduced by permission of the authors.

July 2020 

 

Organisation of electrode unrolling (top, middle, bottom) and analysis of the lithium distribution in the LixMnO2 electrode during discharging using neutron tomography data

Figure published in the paper:-

"4D imaging of lithium-batteries using correlative neutron and X-ray tomography with a virtual unrolling technique"

Ralf F. ZiescheTobias ArltDonal P. FineganThomas M. M. Heenan

Alessandro TengattiniDaniel BaumNikolay KardjilovHenning Markötter

Ingo MankeWinfried KockelmannDan J. L. Brett & Paul R. Shearing

Nature Communications volume 11, Article number: 777 (2020)

Reproduced with permission from P.R. Shearing

August 2020 

 

Figure published in the paper:-

"Neutron Dark-Field Imaging with Edge Illumination"

Marco Endrizzi, Gibril K. Kallon, Triestino Minniti, Rolf Brönnimann, Alessandro Olivo

arXiv:2006.12171v1 [physics.ins-det] 22 Jun 2020

Reproduced with permission from Marco Endrizzi