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passage through a specimen containing magnetic

give information about average properties of the

examining ...

passage through a specimen containing magnetic

**domains**. This technique cangive information about average properties of the

**domains**such as average**domain**dimensions. The third technique investigates the**domain**wall byexamining ...

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The particular coefficients in Eq. (40) are related to various parameters of the

between neighboring

orientation of ...

The particular coefficients in Eq. (40) are related to various parameters of the

**domain**character and distribution under a few assumptions: (a) no correlationbetween neighboring

**domains**; (b) no correlation between the magneticorientation of ...

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Relative

the reflected and two transmitted beams. In contrast, use of the Born

approximation to calculate the forward scattering amplitude, and thus the

refractive index, ...

Relative

**domain**orientations simply determine the relative intensities going intothe reflected and two transmitted beams. In contrast, use of the Born

approximation to calculate the forward scattering amplitude, and thus the

refractive index, ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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