4-7 June 2019
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Revealing exotic spin states on PANDA cold TAS at MLZ

6 Jun 2019, 17:30
1h 30m
Arabella Brauneck Hotel

Arabella Brauneck Hotel

Münchner Str. 25 83661 Lenggries


Dr Astrid Schneidewind (JCNS at MLZ, FZ Jülich)


Investigations of magnetic excitations focus on new magnetic materials, quantum magnetism, superconductivity, heavy-fermion or low-dimensional systems, frustrated and multiferroic materials. The challenges of high-resolution studies can be answered only by cold neutron (TAS) spectroscopy experiments.

In our days, there is a trend for extreme conditions, searching for exotic spin states. The discovery of these systems is often limited by small sample sizes or weak scattering cross sections, as well as asking for special sample environment such as high magnetic fields with low temperatures. PANDA, being a high-resolution, high-flux cold TAS spectrometer with a remarkably low background, successfully contributes with high-level experiments to a broad variety of scientific topics.

We here present a selection of recently published results where PANDA experiments significantly contributed.

Primary author

Dr Astrid Schneidewind (JCNS at MLZ, FZ Jülich)


Dr Igor Radelytskyi (JCNS at MLZ, FZ Jülich)

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