## Neutron scattering |

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35 Fn(t) nuclear unit-cell

correlation function, 299 C, autocorrelation function. 299 G,<q,Q) phonon

structure ...

35 Fn(t) nuclear unit-cell

**structure factor**, 25 Fm(t) magnetic unit-cell vector**structure factor**, 85 FP(Q) single-particle form factor, 40 f virtual force, 306 G (Hp)correlation function, 299 C, autocorrelation function. 299 G,<q,Q) phonon

structure ...

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Perhaps one of the most elegant ways of displaying the results of an elastic

scattering study is to make use of the Fourier transform relationship which exists

between the

Perhaps one of the most elegant ways of displaying the results of an elastic

scattering study is to make use of the Fourier transform relationship which exists

between the

**structure factors**and the scattering potential. The Fourier sum p(r) ...Page 112

More information however is available if measurements are made using

polarized neutrons since it is possible to exploit the orientation dependence of

the interaction between the magnetic

general ...

More information however is available if measurements are made using

polarized neutrons since it is possible to exploit the orientation dependence of

the interaction between the magnetic

**structure factor**and the neutron spin. In thegeneral ...

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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Einführung in die Kristallographie Will Kleber,Hans-Joachim Bautsch,Joachim Bohm No preview available - 1998 |