Food products are both soft materials and structured materials, and the scattering of X-rays and neutrons is used by the University of Copenhagen to advance the tools accessible to the Danish food industry.
Biomodics and the University of Copenhagen have used a new variant of neutron scattering to determine the structure of hydrogel polymer networks at a much longer length scale.
Danish company Biomodics is working with the University of Copenhagen to understand how their novel interpenetrating polymer networks (IPN) are structured in silicone medical devices.
In this focus project between Novo Nordisk and the University of Copenhagen small-angle scattering was applied to increase the amount of information that can be obtained from scattering data and the speed at which it can be determined.
Material Chemistry IIId: Synchrotron and Neutron Science Aarhus University, Aarhus Lecture, Classroom instruction Spring Semester 2019 Our academia partner Aarhus University is offering the Sincotron and Neutron Science course that has the objective to give students insight into use of large scale facilities, where X-rays and neutrons are produced for structural characterization of materials. [...]
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