inelastic neutron scattering


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inelastic neutron scattering

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Figure 10 highlights the low probability of inelastic neutron scattering for some representative materials (W, Rh, Os, Re, Ir, Lu, and Pt).
The kinetic energies of the C- and F-ions appearing in the table are acquired via elastic and inelastic neutron scattering. The number of [alpha]'s is equal to the sum of [sup.15]N and [sup.16]N ions.
Salditt, "Collective dynamics of lipid membranes studied by inelastic neutron scattering," Physical Review Letters, vol.
The inelastic neutron scattering experiments performed on the above two materials show a "central peak", that is, a peak at [omega] = 0 in the constant q-scan for the dynamical structure function for both of them [13-16].
Huller, "Rotational states of the N[H.sup.+.sub.4] ion in [(N[H.sub.4]).sub.2] Sn[Cl.sub.6] by inelastic neutron scattering," Journal of Chemical Physics, vol.
Key words: Inelastic neutron scattering; neutron diffraction; polarized neutrons; position sensitive detector; thermal neutron triple-axis spectrometer.
(XI) Molecular vibrational spectroscopy and polymer dynamics with inelastic neutron scattering. Luke L.
At the lambda transition, these experiments show a sharp peak inelastic whose neutron scattering intensity is defined by the energy of the single particle excitations, and there is appearing a broad component in the inelastic neutron scattering intensity, at higher momenta.
There is no universally accepted and used data treatment package for the reduction, visualization, and analysis of inelastic neutron scattering data.