Applications of Neutron Scattering to Soft Condensed Matter

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Barbara J Gabrys
CRC Press, Dec 21, 2000 - Science - 392 pages
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Neutrons, which are a penetrating yet non destructive probe, are ideally suited to studying the structure, organisation and motion of molecules responsible for the physical properties of materials under a variety of conditions. Applications are in fields as diverse as colloid and polymer science, earth sciences, pharmaceutics, biology and engineering.
This book will be of interest to both present and potential future users of neutron sources working in these areas, as both a useful reference and a comprehensive overview.
  

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Contents

Molecular Structures Determined by Neutron Diffraction
27
The Liquid Structure of Halocarbons
61
Using SANS to Study Adsorbed Layers in Colloidal Dispersions
77
Crystalline and Amorphous Polymers
107
Organisation and Dynamics of Amphiphilic Polymers at Fluid Interfaces
163
The Structure of Surfactant Monolayers at the AirWater Interface Studied
205
Polymer Blends
227
Inelastic Neutron Scattering of Polymers
267
Scattering from Dilute Solutions and Solid State lonomers
287
Neutron Scattering in Pharmaceutical Sciences
327
Index
359
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About the author (2000)

Barbara Gabrys is an experimental physicist with expertise in the structure and dynamics of soft matter. She has substantial experience in exploring different science disciplines through research, teaching and learning activities. Dr Gabrys was appointed Academic Advisor for the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division at the University of Oxford in 2007. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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