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ISIS Neutron and Muon Source currently has over 30 neutron and muon instruments.
Browse Instruments By Technique
ISIS offers a facility for rapid testing of high energy neutron effects. ChipIR looks at how silicon microchips respond to cosmic neutron radiation.
ISIS instrument IMAT provides a unique combination of neutron imaging and neutron diffraction techniques.
Muons provide a complementary probe to neutrons, particularly in the areas of magnetism, superconductivity and charge transport.
Neutron diffraction experiments determine the atomic and/or magnetic structure of a material. This technique can be applied to study crystalline solids, gasses, liquids or amorphous materials.
Neutron spectroscopy measures the atomic and magnetic motions of atoms.
Neutron reflectometry is a technique for measuring the structure of thin films.
Small angle scattering
Small angle neutron scattering is a neutron technique able to probe structures at length scales from around 1 nanometre to more than 100 nanometres.
Which technique to use?
Read an overview on the different types of instruments at the facility and the merits of each technique.
Contacts and Support
Contact the User Office
The ISIS User Office is here to assist all users of the facility, so if you have any queries please contact us for assistance.
Experimental Support and Sample Environment
Support with equipment, general procedures and supplementary techniques related to the preparation of samples for experiments.
This page lists the contact details for all instrument scientists and instrument cabins.