Laboratoire Léon Brillouin

UMR12 CEA-CNRS, Bât. 563 CEA Saclay

91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex, France

+33-169085241 llb-sec@cea.fr

Let's scatter neutrons

Influence of the alteration layer morphology on the silicate glass corrosion mechanism : role of Ca and Zr
Looking at micellisation of gradient copolymers in supercritical carbon dioxide.
Self assembly of fatty acids in aqueous solutions.
Small angle scattering
Reinforced nanocomposite: model systems to describe the mechanical behavior of pneumatics
Reinforced nanocomposite: model systems to describe the mechanical behavior of pneumatics
Reinforced nanocomposite: model systems to describe the mechanical behavior of pneumatics
Reinforced nanocomposite: model systems to describe the mechanical behavior of pneumatics
Anisotropic reinforcement of nanocomposites tuned by by magnetic orientation of the filler network.
Three-legged 2,2′-bipyridine monomer at the air/water interface: monolayer structure and reactions with Ni(II) ions from the subphase
Cationic thermoresponsive poly(n-vinylcaprolactam) microgels synthesized by emulsion polymerization using a reactive cationic macro-raft agent
Structural characterization of nanoparticles formed by fluorinated poly(2-oxazoline)-based polyphiles
Spin textures induced by quenched disorder in a reentrant spin glass: Vortices versus “frustrated” skyrmions
New magnetic phase of the chiral skyrmion material Cu2OSeO3
The curvature changes induced by grafted polymers in microemulsions
How Necklace Pearls Evolve in Hydrophobic Polyelectrolyte Chains under Good Solvent Addition: A SANS Study of the Conformation
A high pressure cell using metallic windows to investigate the structure of molecular solutions up to 600 MPa by small-angle neutron scattering
Structuration of the surface layer during drying of colloidal dispersions
Covalently bonded multimers of Au25(SBut)18 as a conjugated system
A high pressure cell using metallic windows to investigate the structure of molecular solutions up to 600 MPa by small-angle neutron scattering
Increasing skyrmion stability in Cu2OSeO3 by chemical substitution

 

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