CANDOR Instrument Publications

If you have written a paper that includes data taken on the CHRNS CANDOR reflectometer and you do not see it in the list below, or if the information in our list is incorrect, please contact {Alexander Grutter} with the correct information.

If you write a paper that reports measurements using CANDOR, please be sure to: include an acknowledgment to NIST if there are no NIST co-authors. If you used the reductus service to reduce your data, please include an appropriate reference or acknowledgment.

All papers with NIST coauthors must be reviewed and approved by the Washington Editorial Review Board (WERB). Members of WERB are concerned not only with scientific merit but with three specific matters: measurement uncertainties, the use of SI units, and brand names. For more detailed information click here, and/or speak with your NIST coauthor(s).

2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019



  1. Composite Spin Hall Conductivity from Non‐collinear Antiferromagnetic Order
    Novakov, S., Meisenheimer, P.B., Pan, G.A., Kezer, P., Vu, N.M., Grutter, A.J., Need, R.F., Mundy, J.A., and Heron, J.T., Advanced Materials 2209866 (2023)



  1. Low-background neutron reflectometry from solid/liquid interfaces
    Hoogerheide, D.P., Dura, J.A., Maranville, B.B., and Majkrzak, C.F., J Appl Crystallogr 55, (2022)



  1. A large beam high efficiency radio frequency neutron spin flipper
    Chen, W.C., Erwin, R., Tsai, P., Hassan, M.T., Hadad, N., and Majkrzak, C.F., Review of Scientific Instruments 92, 063906 (2021)



  1. Heat transfer analysis study for the design of the New Polychromatic Beam Neutron Reflectometer CANDOR (Chromatic Analysis Neutron Diffractometer Or Reflectometer)
    Uzan, L., Leão, J.B., Brocker, C., Mattes, D., and Dax, T., JNR 22, 417–428 (2020)



  1. Optimization of a magnetostatic cavity for a 3 He spin analyzer on the CANDOR polychromatic reflectometer
    Hassan, M.T. and Chen, W.C., J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1316, 012017 (2019)