Left: spectrum of the polarized neutron beam with a peak flux at approximately 0.36 nm. This spectrum was determined by a separate time-of-flight measurement. Right: schematic top view of the polarized Laue setup. The incident neutron beam (n) is collimated by two Soller-type collimators (s) and several diaphragms (a). The neutrons are scattered by the LMN:Nd crystal (b) situated in the DNP cryostat (c). The scattering pattern is recorded using standard neutron image plates (d1 and d2) which surround the cryostat.