## Neutron scattering |

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Nevertheless often such detailed information, which is not easy to obtain, is not

needed and the properties of the material may be adequately understood if the

average orientation

Nevertheless often such detailed information, which is not easy to obtain, is not

needed and the properties of the material may be adequately understood if the

average orientation

**distribution**is known. The construction of pole figures from ...Page 238

If the Guinier approximation is valid for even the largest particles in a size

of the scattering curve in Guinier representation (\nda/dQ or ln(intensity) versus

Q2) will ...

If the Guinier approximation is valid for even the largest particles in a size

**distribution**, an experimental radius of gyration determined from the lower Q endof the scattering curve in Guinier representation (\nda/dQ or ln(intensity) versus

Q2) will ...

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The

the flux lines to bend in a manner indicative of the particular current

This is strikingly illustrated in the results of Kroeger and Schelten (1976) where ...

The

**distribution**of current through a superconductor with a flux line lattice causesthe flux lines to bend in a manner indicative of the particular current

**distribution**.This is strikingly illustrated in the results of Kroeger and Schelten (1976) where ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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