## Neutron scattering |

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It is possible to introduce thermodynamic relationships if one defines an

1955). For applications in the solid state, hard-core

e.g., Ashcroft ...

It is possible to introduce thermodynamic relationships if one defines an

**interaction**potential for the scattering particles (see, e.g., Guinier and Fournet,1955). For applications in the solid state, hard-core

**interaction**potentials (see,e.g., Ashcroft ...

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not accessible to theoretical calculations from first principles, as the pair- wise

chemically different ones. Before we start to develop the theory of DENS we give

a ...

not accessible to theoretical calculations from first principles, as the pair- wise

**interaction**potential is not well known even for like atoms and almost not at all forchemically different ones. Before we start to develop the theory of DENS we give

a ...

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Even though the metal-metal (M-M) force constants are considerably larger than

the M-D constants for most systems, the effect of M-M

dispersion in the optic branches due to the M-M

because of the ...

Even though the metal-metal (M-M) force constants are considerably larger than

the M-D constants for most systems, the effect of M-M

**interaction**on thedispersion in the optic branches due to the M-M

**interaction**is insignificantbecause of the ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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Einführung in die Kristallographie Will Kleber,Hans-Joachim Bautsch,Joachim Bohm No preview available - 1998 |