## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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Substitution of Eq . ( 52 ) into Eq . ( 48 ) gives a scattering cross section consisting

of two parts : the

scattering cross section . For the

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Substitution of Eq . ( 52 ) into Eq . ( 48 ) gives a scattering cross section consisting

of two parts : the

**elastic scattering**cross section with S ( w ) and the inelasticscattering cross section . For the

**elastic scattering**cross section , we obtain ( as )...

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If

incident or scattered beam . Inelastic scattering contributions can be reduced by

monochromatizing both beams , whereby similar shape of fo and fı with respect to

...

If

**elastic scattering**is dominant , it may be sufficient to monochromatize only theincident or scattered beam . Inelastic scattering contributions can be reduced by

monochromatizing both beams , whereby similar shape of fo and fı with respect to

...

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A first attempt in this direction has been made by a study of the integral coherent

quasielastic scattering cross section ( Conrad and Bauer , 1972 ) . The results

can be handled within the theory of

A first attempt in this direction has been made by a study of the integral coherent

quasielastic scattering cross section ( Conrad and Bauer , 1972 ) . The results

can be handled within the theory of

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