## Neutron scattering |

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The terms A 2 and A3 can be combined to give S = T £ {AP^b'" + CWQ • Z Apv(q)

u,v(q)} exp{iQ ' ij} (36) The first part of the

Eq. (18) and describes the modification of the Laue monotonic scattering due to ...

The terms A 2 and A3 can be combined to give S = T £ {AP^b'" + CWQ • Z Apv(q)

u,v(q)} exp{iQ ' ij} (36) The first part of the

**amplitude**is identical to the argument ofEq. (18) and describes the modification of the Laue monotonic scattering due to ...

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know to be exactly true for nuclear neutron scattering because the scattering

ray ...

**amplitude**at each site is only a function of the atom species at that site. This weknow to be exactly true for nuclear neutron scattering because the scattering

**amplitude**is a nuclear property. It is less true but still very accurate for diffuse x-ray ...

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To achieve complete polarization, the reflecting planes must be choosen so that

the

magnitude. The first example of such a reflection is the (200) from the fcc

structure of ...

To achieve complete polarization, the reflecting planes must be choosen so that

the

**amplitudes**of their nuclear and magnetic scattering are exactly equal inmagnitude. The first example of such a reflection is the (200) from the fcc

structure of ...

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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