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For a lattice containing a single such impurity the theory gives exact results. The

problems of localization, defect independence, and defect

closely related. For very low

that ...

For a lattice containing a single such impurity the theory gives exact results. The

problems of localization, defect independence, and defect

**concentration**areclosely related. For very low

**concentrations**(e.g., C « 0.01) it is usually assumedthat ...

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for the Green function averaged over the configurations of defect atoms with

Mec°2 1 - (1 - OMearP(a)) For C « 1, T'(co) is essentially the T matrix for a single

defect.

for the Green function averaged over the configurations of defect atoms with

**concentration**C, gives with T'(co) = T'(0, 0, id) G = P + CPT'MG (26) where t,( \Mec°2 1 - (1 - OMearP(a)) For C « 1, T'(co) is essentially the T matrix for a single

defect.

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(1969) which showed that near the critical

fluctuations have a very long range. There is one other very simple reason why

the Marshall model fails for the Ni-Cu system and that is the occurrence of a

critical ...

(1969) which showed that near the critical

**concentration**the static momentfluctuations have a very long range. There is one other very simple reason why

the Marshall model fails for the Ni-Cu system and that is the occurrence of a

critical ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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