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Instruments at the MLZ

The instruments at the MLZ are operated by our cooperation partners the Technische Universität München (TUM), Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ) and Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) together with the Max-Planck-Society (MPG). These partners, together with associated groups from German universities, are continuously working to bring about improvements in the performance of the instruments. The result is a suite of world-class instruments available for the benefit of scientific users around the world.

The instrument scientists are supported by an array of service teams for the sample environments, neutron optics, detectors, instrument control systems and software as well as the user office. In addition, several laboratories specializing in sample preparation and characterization are available to serve the special scientific requirements of the users.

Especially, the transmission electron microscope TEM and the molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) system may be booked in combination with neutron experiment proposals for transmission electron microscopy and fabrication of high-quality thin films, respectively.

The neutron source FRM II offers the widest spectrum of neutrons in the world, ranging from ultra-cold, and cold neutrons, through to thermal and hot neutrons and the fast neutrons from the converter facility. Consequently, the energy spectrum on offer covers a range of 15 orders of magnitude, from neV to MeV.

 

 

 

Structure Research

BIODIFF
HEiDi
POLI
RESI

POWTEX*
SAPHiR*
SPODI
STRESS-SPEC

Large Scale Structures

KWS-1
KWS-2
KWS-3
SANS-1

MARIA
NREX
REFSANS

Spectroscopy

KOMPASS*
MIRA
PANDA
PUMA
TRISP

DNS
J-NSE
RESEDA
SPHERES
TOFTOF
TOPAS*

Imaging & Analysis

ANTARES
NECTAR

MEDAPP
PGAA

Particle Physics

MEPHISTO*
UCN source*

EDM*
PENELOPE*

Positrons

NEPOMUC

 

*under construction

MLZ Instrument Suite

MLZ Instrument Suite MLZ Instrument Suite MLZ Instruments according to partners (FZJ - Forschungszentrum Jülich, TUM - Technische Universität München, HZG - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, MPG - Max Planck Society)

MLZ Instruments according to partners (FZJ – Forschungszentrum Jülich, TUM – Technische Universität München, HZG – Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, MPG – Max Planck Society)



Experimental Facilities
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MLZ-brochure with a detailed description of the experimental facilities available at the MLZ

MLZ is a cooperation between:

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