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Dec 8 – 10, 2020 Online only
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Europe/Berlin timezone

Establishing deuteration services for MLZ users at the JCNS

Dec 9, 2020, 2:30 PM
3h 30m
Online event

Online event

Speaker

Lisa Fruhner (JCNS-1, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)

Description

Neutron scattering experiments involving soft matter materials often require specific contrast to observe different parts of the materials. In order to increase the availability of deuterium labelled materials, we are establishing deuteration support to MLZ users. At this state, we are focusing on a limited number of projects, but in the future, a proposal based deuteration service will be available in GhOST in combination with a proposal for neutron beamtime. Furthermore, the JCNS deuteration efforts are embedded in the LENS deuteration initiative, with the objective of providing in the future a source independent deuteration support together with ILL, ESS and ISIS.

Our main synthetic focus at JCNS-1 is in the area of polymer and organic chemistry. Anionic and controlled radical polymerization techniques allow the synthesis of e. g. polydienes, polyethylene oxide, polybutylene oxide polyacrylates and methycrylates with narrow molecular weight distributions for well-defined samples. The so obtained polymers can be functionalized afterwards to attach diverse functional groups or molecules. Organic techniques are used for the production of ionic liquids, surfactants, lipids, monomers and other compounds. The presentation summarizes the synthetic expertise available at JCNS-1 as well as outlines the planned process to establish the deuteration support. We are looking forward to answering your questions at our poster!

Primary author

Lisa Fruhner (JCNS-1, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)

Co-authors

Dr Jürgen Allgaier (FZ Jülich) Prof. Stephan Förster (Forschungszentrum Jülich)

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