We describe a versatile insert for use with the “Standard Orange cryostat” commonly found at neutron scattering facilities worldwide. Its design permits condensable gases to be introduced into a low-temperature sample cell through a vacuum-insulated, fill-line capillary. It also allows the top-flange-to-sample-cell distance to be easily adjusted and provides for auxillary heating of the fill-line capillary.
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Letter| January 01 2000
Cryostat insert with gas loading capabilities for use in neutron diffraction studies
C. F. Koehler, III;
C. F. Koehler, J. Z. Larese; Cryostat insert with gas loading capabilities for use in neutron diffraction studies. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 1 January 2000; 71 (1): 324–325. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1150202
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