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SAS effects from a continuously varying scattering length density. Such variations

can be caused by compositional and density

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**Fluctuations**of Scattering Length Density Here we present some examples forSAS effects from a continuously varying scattering length density. Such variations

can be caused by compositional and density

**fluctuations**of static and dynamic ...Page 340

This can then be written R(0) = 1 [Jt - Jt? = 1 (A^j1 (6) We can then see that

spatial

also produce a spatial

Marshall ...

This can then be written R(0) = 1 [Jt - Jt? = 1 (A^j1 (6) We can then see that

spatial

**fluctuations**of any factors which produce a change in total moment willalso produce a spatial

**fluctuation**in moment and thus a diffuse cross section.Marshall ...

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and second we note from (31) that dC = <D(0) (34) We can then confirm R(0) = C(

1 -C)(~\ + const x C2(l - C)2 (35) which is the limiting Q = 0 form derived in Eq. (12

) if we identify the second term with

and second we note from (31) that dC = <D(0) (34) We can then confirm R(0) = C(

1 -C)(~\ + const x C2(l - C)2 (35) which is the limiting Q = 0 form derived in Eq. (12

) if we identify the second term with

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Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

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