## Neutron scattering |

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Scattering due to other random effects in the crystal we call diffuse. Both can give

rise to elastic and inelastic scattering. B. Outline of a General

fruitful to regard the double-differential cross section as a measure of the

response ...

Scattering due to other random effects in the crystal we call diffuse. Both can give

rise to elastic and inelastic scattering. B. Outline of a General

**Theory**It is oftenfruitful to regard the double-differential cross section as a measure of the

response ...

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description of the vibrational properties of a crystal containing defects is the lack

of exact periodicity, as already mentioned above. Consequently the vibrational ...

**Theory**A. Introduction The primary difficulty encountered in the theoreticaldescription of the vibrational properties of a crystal containing defects is the lack

of exact periodicity, as already mentioned above. Consequently the vibrational ...

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The CPA

experimental results. The increase in the local mode frequency with increasing

concentration is predicted by the

The CPA

**theory**(see Fig. 6) reproduces only little of the qualitative features of theexperimental results. The increase in the local mode frequency with increasing

concentration is predicted by the

**theory**, but the agreement with the measured ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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