This instrument is Decommissioned .
Investigations on Het have broadened from studies of high energy magnetic excitations and the dynamics of hydrogen metal systems into the fields of quantum magnetism and non-Fermi liquids.
Het is optimised to measure high energy magnetic excitations. Although originally optimised for magnetic studies with most of its detectors positioned at angles below 30°, it is also used for investigations of dynamics in many other materials including disordered and biological systems. It has produced a large number of important results from powders, amorphous materials and single crystals.
Contact information for Het instrument
Location and contact information for the Het beamline
|Building||R55 - EXPERIMENTAL HALL|