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

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As an illustration , we give momentum

neutron sources in Fig . 5 . We note that p rapidly decreases with increasing ko .

Cold and hot neutron sources increase the flux for neutron wavelengths 2 > 3 Å

and a ...

As an illustration , we give momentum

**space**densities p ( ko ) for differentneutron sources in Fig . 5 . We note that p rapidly decreases with increasing ko .

Cold and hot neutron sources increase the flux for neutron wavelengths 2 > 3 Å

and a ...

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An experimental setup realizing momentum

be considered as a focusing design in momentum

designs are highly divergent incident and / or scattered momentum

An experimental setup realizing momentum

**space**conditions as in Fig . 6c canbe considered as a focusing design in momentum

**space**. Characteristic for suchdesigns are highly divergent incident and / or scattered momentum

**space**...Page 292

translation vectors T . . The translation vectors T , are linear combinations of three

primitive vectors tı , t2 , tz , so that T . = nyt + n2 t2 + nz tz where nq , n2 , nz are ...

**Space**group 0 , 1° combines the operations of the point group O , and thetranslation vectors T . . The translation vectors T , are linear combinations of three

primitive vectors tı , t2 , tz , so that T . = nyt + n2 t2 + nz tz where nq , n2 , nz are ...

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