## Neutron scattering |

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scattering [we use the static approximation but a Debye-Waller factor using Eq. (

51) can be included in the final formulas if required] must be written as 2 £fc,exp(

iQ-l + iQ-0) (66) If Q = t, a reciprocal lattice vector corresponding to the

scattering [we use the static approximation but a Debye-Waller factor using Eq. (

51) can be included in the final formulas if required] must be written as 2 £fc,exp(

iQ-l + iQ-0) (66) If Q = t, a reciprocal lattice vector corresponding to the

**average**...Page 296

+ 2^ ApyUiiv (6) We start by considering the effect of the first sum, which contains

the

displacement of any individual atom from its initial site lm° may be quite large.

However ...

+ 2^ ApyUiiv (6) We start by considering the effect of the first sum, which contains

the

**average**concentrations, on the atomic displacements. The absolutedisplacement of any individual atom from its initial site lm° may be quite large.

However ...

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They interpreted their results in terms of successive refractions at domain

boundaries and knowing the

calculation of ...

They interpreted their results in terms of successive refractions at domain

boundaries and knowing the

**average**domain size they could calculate the**average**deviation at each boundary. This they compared with an approximatecalculation of ...

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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