## Neutrons in disordered matter: proceedings Euroconference '94 : Stockholm, Sweden, 9-13 June, 1994 |

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The further corrections for

the inelastic scattering effect usually are performed together with the conversion

into absolute scattering units, i.e. into S(Q) or da/dil |coh (Q) as illustrated in Fig. 2

(b). /cor is composed of the different contributions according to : /co, = V^[(d<7/dn|

coh-<b2» di,tinct + /p(da/dn|inc + dff/dQL + <fc2»] — v " self (17) where P =

normalization constant dff/dfl |inc =

scattering ...

The further corrections for

**incoherent scattering**, for multiple scattering, and forthe inelastic scattering effect usually are performed together with the conversion

into absolute scattering units, i.e. into S(Q) or da/dil |coh (Q) as illustrated in Fig. 2

(b). /cor is composed of the different contributions according to : /co, = V^[(d<7/dn|

coh-<b2» di,tinct + /p(da/dn|inc + dff/dQL + <fc2»] — v " self (17) where P =

normalization constant dff/dfl |inc =

**incoherent scattering**do-/dfl !„„ = multiplescattering ...

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10"12cm), which due to the strong inelastic

increasing

coherent

smooth function through the intensity curve of the H-containing sample

represents the non-oscillating part of the total

the total pair correlation functions Gx(R) as determined by X-ray diffraction.

Although they contain no ...

10"12cm), which due to the strong inelastic

**scattering**effect declines rapidly withincreasing

**scattering**vector Q. This makes the separation of the oscillatingcoherent

**scattering**signal, sitting on the**incoherent**background, difficult. Thesmooth function through the intensity curve of the H-containing sample

represents the non-oscillating part of the total

**scattering**. Figure 29(a) displaysthe total pair correlation functions Gx(R) as determined by X-ray diffraction.

Although they contain no ...

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%\r(^J4n. iftLtj^)^iwm. 1. mm. •. R^iQRi. (3) where 5(1?,) are distortions which we

treat as fit parameters in our analysis. The resulting scattering turned out to be

only a few per cent of the short range order scattering. (iii).

D atoms. The differential cross section per host lattice atom for the elastic

%\r(^J4n. iftLtj^)^iwm. 1. mm. •. R^iQRi. (3) where 5(1?,) are distortions which we

treat as fit parameters in our analysis. The resulting scattering turned out to be

only a few per cent of the short range order scattering. (iii).

**Incoherent scattering****Incoherent scattering**of the sample consists of contributions from both the V andD atoms. The differential cross section per host lattice atom for the elastic

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### Contents

Foreword | 5 |

The structure anomaly of liquid Ga S N Rapeanu and I Padureanu | 18 |

Neutron scattering on molten GeSnTe alloys T Halm W Hinz and W Hoyer | 33 |

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