## Neutron scattering |

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To obtain

~"2. ' To obtain velocity r„ in meters per second from

„ = 3956 //.. B. Why Neutron Scattering ? As can be seen from Table I, the range ...

To obtain

**wavelength**/. in angstroms from energy £ in electrons volts: /. = 0.286 E~"2. ' To obtain velocity r„ in meters per second from

**wavelength**/. in angstroms: r„ = 3956 //.. B. Why Neutron Scattering ? As can be seen from Table I, the range ...

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The degree of monochromaticity is important for questions of resolution and in

the determination of lattice constants. The relatively wide

most neutron beams limits the accuracy of cell dimension measurements to

around ...

The degree of monochromaticity is important for questions of resolution and in

the determination of lattice constants. The relatively wide

**wavelength**band ofmost neutron beams limits the accuracy of cell dimension measurements to

around ...

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Three pairs of crystals slightly tilted with respect to each other deflect neighboring

curving one set horizontally and one set vertically. The width of the deflected

beam ...

Three pairs of crystals slightly tilted with respect to each other deflect neighboring

**wavelength**bands to the specimen position. Focusing can be achieved bycurving one set horizontally and one set vertically. The width of the deflected

beam ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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