The μSR facilities at PSI
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TheμSR Facility Instruments presently available at PSI and the envisaged medium- and long-term developments are presented. The plans focus on further upgrades of the existing instruments and the development of new techniques using the very high fluxes becoming available at PSI, in particular the setup of a beamline with a fast kicker for ‘muons on request’ (MORE) and the development of very low energy muon beams.
KeywordsThin Film High Flux Energy Muon Muon Beam Facility Instrument
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