## Neutron scattering |

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From a basic point of view, the

since they can be prepared to represent a large variety of physically and

chemically well-characterized materials by variation of sample composition and ...

From a basic point of view, the

**metal**hydrides are convenient as model systemssince they can be prepared to represent a large variety of physically and

chemically well-characterized materials by variation of sample composition and ...

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Phonon Dispersion Curves in

dispersion curves can be measured accurately by coherent inelastic neutron ...

Phonon Dispersion Curves in

**Metal**-Hydrogen Systems The phonon properties of**metal**-hydrogen systems will be discussed in the present section. The phonondispersion curves can be measured accurately by coherent inelastic neutron ...

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The M-D force constants will effectively strengthen the M-M interactions but this

increase is expected to be compensated for by the decrease in the M-M

interaction due to the expansion of the

hydrogenation).

The M-D force constants will effectively strengthen the M-M interactions but this

increase is expected to be compensated for by the decrease in the M-M

interaction due to the expansion of the

**metal**lattice upon deuteration (hydrogenation).

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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