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What is Neutron Radiography?

Neutron radiography is a non-destructive testing technique that allows imaging of otherwise undetectable defects in a variety of materials including electronic, mechanical, and military parts and assemblies.

Using beams of penetrating radiation to interrogate an object, neutron radiography generates images that allow visualization of areas that attenuate the beam differently than neighbouring areas. The unique capabilities of neutron
radiography derive from its ability to image hydrogenous materials (e.g. water, oil, plastic, rubber, explosives) within components made of metals such as steel, brass, aluminum and nickel.