Neutron Scattering With A Triple Axis Spectrometer

Author: Gen Shirane
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139431019
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Finally, polarization analysis techniques and their applications are covered. This guide will allow graduate students and experienced researchers new to neutron scattering to make the most efficient use of their experimental time.

Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy

Author: Ferenc Mezei
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3540458239
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This book reviews the current status and future prospects in NSE spectroscopy describing the method, latest instrumentation and also the use of NSE in fundamental, hard- and soft-matter science.

Neutron Scattering In Earth Sciences

Author: Hans-Rudolf Wenk
Publisher: Mineralogical Society of Amer
ISBN: 9780939950751
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Sov Phys Solid State 9:420-422 Price DL, Skold K (1986) Introduction to neutron
scattering. In: Neutron Scattering. Part A. Skold K. Price DL (ed)s Academic Press
, p 1 -97 Richter D (2000) Polymer dynamics by neutron spin echo spectroscopy.
In: Scattering in Polymeric and Colloidal Systems. Brown W, Mortensen K (eds)
Gordon and Breach, p 535-574 Shirane G, Shapiro SM, Tranquada JM (2002)
Neutron Scattering with a Triple-Axis Spectrometer Basic Techniques.
Cambridge ...

Electron Phonon Interaction In Conventional And Unconventional Superconductors

Author: Pegor Aynajian
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642149689
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However for the measurement of dispersive excitation like phonons, a special
focusing technique, proposed by Mezei in 1977, was required. This focusing
technique was realized by Golub and Gähler in 1987 [3] and was implemented
on the spectrometer TRISP ''triple axis spin echo'' at the FRM-2. This chapter is
concerned with the neutron resonance spin-echo triple-axis spectroscopy (NRSE
-TAS). An overview of the basic features of TRISP and the different operating
modes are ...

Modern Techniques For Characterizing Magnetic Materials

Author: Yimei Zhu
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402080074
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1-12 (b), is successfully implemented on SPINS cold neutron triple axis
spectrometer at the NIST Center for Neutron Research. 1.5.2. Inelastic neutron
scattering using the high count rate setups with the PSD Employing a Position-
Sensitive Detector provides additional flexibility in inelastic triple axis neutron
measurements. It permits a different, wave-vector-resolved mode of using the
large reflecting area of the analyzer crystal. The main idea is that each individual
pixel on the PSD ...


Author: Karl-Heinz Bennemann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540732532
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The magnetic interaction can be understood as an interaction between the
neutron and the microscopic magnetic field distribution. Thus magnetic field
structures, such as the Abrikosov flux lattice, and their excitations can be studied.
A third reason which makes neutron scattering a powerful tool is that the neutron
has a mass. This means that the energy and momentum of the neutron can be
matched to the collective excitations of interest. In view of the above, one might
expect that ...

Thermal Neutron Scattering

Author: Peter A. Egelstaff
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CHAPTER 3 Crystal Diffraction Techniques P. K. Iyengar Atomic Energy
Establishment, Trombay, Bombay, India 3.1 Introduction 98 3.2 Brief Theory of
Crystal Diffraction 98 3.3 Collimator Design 103 3.4 Types of Crystals Used 104
3.5 Parasitic Reflections W 3.6 Order Contamination 108 3.7 Luminosity of
Diffraction Patterns and Collimators 109 3.8 Basic Design of a Crystal
Spectrometer I11 3.9 Triple Axis Spectrometer at Chalk River 113 3.10 Other
Triple Axis Spectrometers H?

Neutron Scattering In Biology

Author: Jörg Fitter
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540291084
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few examples relate to structure and interaction of the antimicrobial peptide
Magainin 2 in phosphocholine bilayers, as an example of how the methods
presented can be extended and applied to probe lipid – peptide interaction or
more generally the interaction of bilayers with membrane-active molecules (such
as stereols, peptides, and proteins). Afterward recent advances are highlighted in
the application of classical INS at triple-axis spectrometers (TAS) to study the
short-range ...

Neutron Scattering For The Analysis Of Biological Structures

Author: Benno P. Schoenborn
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Elastic scattering is accompanied by no change in the modulus of the neutron
wave vector, k ( =t X neutron momentum), and this could be shown
experimentally by inserting a second crystal after the sample to remeasure the
neutron wavelength (X = 27r/|k|), as is done in a conventional triple-axis When *Present address: Institut Max von Laue-Paul Langevin,
38042 Grenoble, France. ko -k« (a) (|k'| = |ko|) ko -ko (b) (|k'|^|ko|) VI 3 Inelastic
Neutron Scattering From ...

Proceedings Of The Conference On Neutron Scattering

Author: United States. Energy Research and Development Administration
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Subsequently these groups began to develop spectrometers for inelastic
scattering measurements. These instruments involved the two basic techniques
of Bragg reflection and of time-of -flight analysis. The triple axis spectrometer
using Bragg reflection to analyse both incident and scattered neutrons was
developed at Chalk River^, while the multi-angle time-of-f light technique was
developed at Harwell . In addition various combinations of the two methods have
been used such as ...