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Innovation in Materials Characterization Award: History, Development and Applications of Neutron Sources 
April 7, 2015   6:15pm - 7:00pm

Carpenter discussed the discovery of the neutron and the demonstration of neutrons as waves, and described the spallation neutron production process. Cosmic-ray protons produce neutrons that are always around us. He depicted the first nuclear reactor, CP-1, and mentioned the demise of the A2R2 Project as the impetus for accelerator-based neutron sources. Additionally, he will discuss spallation neutrons and early spallation neutron sources: ZING-P, ZING-P’, IPNS; Graham’s moderator data and ING data; and, for fun, allude to the MTA.


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