magnetic scattering

magnetic scattering

[mag′ned·ik ′skad·ə·riŋ]
(physics)
Scattering of neutrons as a result of the interaction of the magnetic moment of the neutron with the magnetic moments of atoms or other particles.
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Constructed in the mid-1990s, XMaS - X-ray Magnetic Scattering - is based at the European Synchrotron Radiation in Grenoble.
13, where the inelastic magnetic scattering has been measured for [La.
5,3), which is the wave vector position where the magnetic scattering is maximum, and then stepping the energy transfer over the range 1-20 meV.
The money will be used to further wide-ranging research into materials such as magnets, superconductors and tomorrow's electronic devices as part of the X-ray Magnetic Scattering (XMaS) project.
of Essex) cover the basic features and formal theory of light scattering, experimental aspects such as lasers and spectrometers, polar and nonpolar vibrational scattering, structural phase changes, magnetic scattering, Raman scattering by electrons and Rayleigh and Brillouin scattering.
Fourier transforms of these SUSANS spectra corrected for the instrument resolution, yield micrometer-range pair distribution functions for up- and down-spin neutrons as well as the nuclear and magnetic scattering length density distributions in the samples.
This measurement needs to be combined with complementary techniques in order to characterize the distributions over shapes, sizes and orientations of nuclear and magnetic scattering structures in the sample.
The grant, from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, is for the operation of the X-ray Beamline, or XMas - X-ray magnetic scattering - based at the European Synchrotron in France.
From these cross-sections, both the nuclear and the magnetic scattering cross-sections could be extracted.
For the case where P[parallel][tau], all the magnetic scattering is spin-flip.
It also offers access to leadi ng edge instruments for structural crystallography and time-resolved structural scattering, surface and interface scattering, diffuse scattering, and magnetic scattering.
10b as a function of temperature, where it is seen that the onset of the magnetic scattering occurs at the same transition temperature as superconductivity.

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