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Orientation mapping of YbSn$$_{3}$$ single crystals based on Bragg-dip analysis using a delay-line superconducting sensor

Shishido, Hiroaki*; Vu, TheDang*   ; Aizawa, Kazuya  ; Kojima, Kenji M*; Koyama, Tomio*; Oikawa, Kenichi   ; Harada, Masahide   ; Oku, Takayuki   ; Soyama, Kazuhiko  ; Miyajima, Shigeyuki*; Hidaka, Mutsuo*; Suzuki, Soh Y*; Tanaka, Manobu M*; Kawamata, Shuichi*; Ishida, Takekazu*

Recent progress in high-power pulsed neutron sources has stimulated the development of the Bragg dip and Bragg edge analysis methods using a two-dimensional neutron detector with high temporal resolution to resolve the neutron energy by the time-of-flight method. A delay-line current-biased kinetic inductance detector (CB-KID) is a two-dimensional superconducting sensor with a high temporal resolution and multi-hit capability. Here, it is demonstrated that a delay-line CB-KID with a $$^{10}$$B neutron conversion layer can be applied to high-spatial-resolution neutron transmission imaging and spectroscopy up to 100 eV. Dip structures are observed in the transmission spectra of YbSn$$_{3}$$ single crystals, induced by Bragg diffraction and nuclear resonance absorption. The orientation mapping of YbSn$$_{3}$$ crystals is successfully drawn based on the analysis of observed Bragg dip positions in the transmission spectra.



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