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## Neutron Scattering - Magnetic and Quantum Phenomena

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2015-11-29
- Total pages :532
- ISBN : 9780128020937

**Summary :** Neutron Scattering - Magnetic and Quantum Phenomena provides detailed coverage of the application of neutron scattering in condensed matter research. The book's primary aim is to enable researchers in a particular area to identify the aspects of their work where neutron scattering techniques might contribute, conceive the important experiments to be done, assess what is required to carry them out, write a successful proposal for one of the major user facilities, and perform the experiments under the guidance of the appropriate instrument scientist. An earlier series edited by Kurt Sköld and David L. Price, and published in the 1980s by Academic Press as three volumes in the series Methods of Experimental Physics, was very successful and remained the standard reference in the field for several years. This present work has similar goals, taking into account the advances in experimental techniques over the past quarter-century, for example, neutron reflectivity and spin-echo spectroscopy, and techniques for probing the dynamics of complex materials of technological relevance. This volume complements Price and Fernandez-Alonso (Eds.), Neutron Scattering - Fundamentals published in November 2013. Covers the application of neutron scattering techniques in the study of quantum and magnetic phenomena, including superconductivity, multiferroics, and nanomagnetism Presents up-to-date reviews of recent results, aimed at enabling the reader to identify new opportunities and plan neutron scattering experiments in their own field Provides a good balance between theory and experimental techniques Provides a complement to Price and Fernandez-Alonso (Eds.), Neutron Scattering - Fundamentals published in November 2013

## Neutron Scattering from Magnetic Materials

- Author : Tapan Chatterji
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2005-11-29
- Total pages :572
- ISBN : 0080457053

**Summary :** Neutron Scattering from Magnetic Materials is a comprehensive account of the present state of the art in the use of the neutron scattering for the study of magnetic materials. The chapters have been written by well-known researchers who are at the forefront of this field and have contributed directly to the development of the techniques described. Neutron scattering probes magnetic phenomena directly. The generalized magnetic susceptibility, which can be expressed as a function of wave vector and energy, contains all the information there is to know about the statics and dynamics of a magnetic system and this quantity is directly related to the neutron scattering cross section. Polarized neutron scattering techniques raise the sophistication of measurements to even greater levels and gives additional information in many cases. The present book is largely devoted to the application of polarized neutron scattering to the study of magnetic materials. It will be of particular interest to graduate students and researchers who plan to investigate magnetic materials using neutron scattering. · Written by a group of scientist who have contributed directly in developing the techniques described. · A complete treatment of the polarized neutron scattering not available in literature. · Gives practical hits to solve magnetic structure and determine exchange interactions in magnetic solids. · Application of neutron scattering to the study of the novel electronic materials.

## Introduction to the Theory of Thermal Neutron Scattering

- Author : G. L. Squires
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012-03-29
- Total pages :272
- ISBN : 9781107644069

**Summary :** A long-awaited reprint of the book that has established itself as the classic textbook on neutron scattering. It will be an invaluable introductory text for students taking courses on neutron scattering, as well as for researchers and those who would like to deepen their knowledge on the subject through self-study.

## Neutron Scattering – Applications in Biology, Chemistry, and Materials Science

- Author : Felix Fernandez-Alonso,David L Price
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2017-06-14
- Total pages :782
- ISBN : 9780128092309

**Summary :** Neutron Scattering: Applications in Chemistry, Materials Science and Biology, Volume 49, provides an in-depth overview of the applications of neutron scattering in the fields of physics, materials science, chemistry, biology, the earth sciences, and engineering. The book describes the tremendous advances in instrumental, experimental, and computational techniques over the past quarter-century. Examples include the coming-of-age of neutron reflectivity and spin-echo spectroscopy, the advent of brighter accelerator-based neutron facilities and associated techniques in the United States and Japan over the past decade, and current efforts in Europe to develop long-pulse, ultra-intense spallation neutron sources. It acts as a complement to two earlier volumes in the Experimental Methods in the Physical Science series, Neutron Scattering: Fundamentals(Elsevier 2013) and Neutron Scattering: Magnetic and Quantum Phenomena (Elsevier 2015). As a whole, the set enables researchers to identify aspects of their work where neutron scattering techniques might contribute, conceive the important experiments to be done, assess what is required, write a successful proposal for one of the major facilities around the globe, and perform the experiments under the guidance of the appropriate instrument scientist. Completes a three-volume set, providing extensive coverage on emerging and highly topical applications of neutron scattering Addresses the increasing use of neutrons by chemists, life scientists, material scientists, and condensed-matter physicists Presents up-to-date reviews of recent results, enabling readers to identify new opportunities and plan neutron scattering experiments in their own field

## Dynamics of Solids and Liquids by Neutron Scattering

- Author : S. W. Lovesey,T. Springer
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012-12-06
- Total pages :382
- ISBN : 9783642811135

**Summary :** Inelastic neutron scattering is a well established and important technique for studying the dynamical properties of condensed matter at the atomic level. Often, as is the case of experiments designed to study motions of hydrogen atoms, or magnetic excitations, it may yield information obtainable in no other way. Our aim in assembling this book is to produce an overview of some research topics which have come to the fore recently with the development of high neutron fluxes and high performance inelastic scattering spectrometers. The topics dis cussed here are, by and large, developing rapidly and have not reached the stage at which definitive accounts are always possible. Authors have not therefore attempted to make an extensive review of their topic, and the papers quoted in the text are, in general, those which are seen as having been important in its develop ment (they date, roughly, from the 1971 IAEA conference on neutron scattering held in Grenoble). Basic phenomena are illustrated for the most part by the discussion of one, or two, typical examples. The authors hope that the book will be useful to researchers who are not yet fully aware of the diverse range of problems to which the technique can be applied, and to students beginning research work. For this reason, the first chapter by S. w.

## Principles of Neutron Scattering from Condensed Matter

- Author : Andrew Boothroyd
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2020-07
- Total pages :512
- ISBN : 9780198862314

**Summary :** Neutron scattering is arguably the most powerful technique available for looking inside materials and seeing what the atoms are doing. This textbook provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of the many different ways neutrons are being used to investigate the behaviour of atoms and molecules in bulk matter. It is written in a pedagogical style, and includes many examples and exercises. Every year, thousands of experiments are performed at neutron scattering facilities around the world, exploring phenomena in physics, chemistry, materials science, as well as in interdisciplinary areas such as biology, materials engineering, and cultural heritage. This book fulfils a need for a modern and pedagogical treatment of the principles behind the various different neutron techniques, in order to provide scientists with the essential formal tools to design their experiments and interpret the results. The book will be of particular interest to researchers using neutrons to study the atomic-scale structure and dynamics in crystalline solids, simple liquids and molecular fluids by diffraction techniques, including small-angle scattering and reflectometry, and by spectroscopic methods, ranging from conventional techniques for inelastic and quasielastic scattering to neutron spin-echo and Compton scattering. A comprehensive treatment of magnetic neutron scattering is given, including the many and diverse applications of polarized neutrons.

## Neutron Diffraction of Magnetic Materials

- Author : Izyumov,V.E. Naish,R.P. Ozerov
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012-12-06
- Total pages :350
- ISBN : 9781461536581

**Summary :** Detennination of the magnetic structure of magnetic materials is a fundamental problem that can be solved by magnetic neutron diffraction techniques. By magnetic structures we refer to the mutual alignment of the magnetic moments of the atoms in a crystal and their overall alignment relative to the crystallographic axes. Some indirect, tentative data on the magnetic structure of magnetic materials can be obtained from research on their magnetic, mechanical, thermal, and other properties. But only neutron diffraction is a unique direct method of detennining the magnetic structure of a crystal. The magnetic structure of more than one thousand crystals with magnetic order has been studied during 30 years of neutron diffraction research made on reactors in a large number of laboratories in the world. The results of this research work are extensively described in the handbook Magnetic Structures Determined by Neutron Diffraction [176]; in the present book, we will often refer to this handbook. The first extensive theoretical generalization of the principles of magnetic neutron diffraction and the results of research on magnetic structures appeared in the book by Yu. A. Izyumov and R. P. Ozerov Magnetic Neutron Diffraction [24, 134].

## Technical Abstract Bulletin

- Author : Defense Documentation Center (U.S.)
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1963
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : UCBK:C052215220

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## Magnetic Neutron Diffraction

- Author : Yurii A. Izyumov
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012-12-06
- Total pages :598
- ISBN : 9781468407129

**Summary :** The inter action between the magnetic field generated by the neutron and the magnetic moment of atoms containing unpaired electrons was experimentally demonstrated for the first time about twenty years ago. The basic theory describing such an in teraction had already been developed and the first nuclear reactors with large available thermal neutron fluxes had recently been con structed. The power of the magnetic neutron interaction for in vestigating the structure of magnetic materials was immediately recognized and put to use where possible. Neutron diffraction, however, was practicable only in countries with nuclear reactors. The earliest neutron determinations of magnetic ordering were hence primarily carried out at Oak Ridge and Brookhaven in the US, at Chalk River in Canada and at Harwell in England. Diffraction patterns from polycrystalline ferromagnets and antiferromagnets are interpretable if produced by simple spin arrays. More complex magnetic scattering patterns could often be unravelled, in terms of a three-dimensional array of atomic moments, if the specimen studied is a single crystal. The devel opment of sophisticated cryogenic equipment, with independently alignable magnetic fields, opened the way to greater complexity in the magnetic structures that could be successfully determined, as did also the introduction of polarized neutron beams. By the end of the 'sixties, many countries were contributing significantly to neutron diffraction studies of a wide variety of magnetic materials.

## Studying Kinetics with Neutrons

- Author : Götz Eckold,Helmut Schober,Stephen E. Nagler
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2009-10-22
- Total pages :272
- ISBN : 3642033091

**Summary :** Neutrons are extremely versatile probes for investigating structure and dynamics in condensed matter. Due to their large penetration depth, they are ideal for in-situ measurements of samples situated in sophisticated and advanced environments. The advent of new high-intensity neutron sources and instruments, as well as the development of new real-time techniques, allows the tracking of transformation processes in condensed matter on a microscopic scale. The present volume provides a review of the state of the art of this new and exciting field of kinetics with neutrons.

## U.S. Government Research Reports

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1962
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : UOM:39015086565986

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## Elements of Slow-Neutron Scattering

- Author : J. M. Carpenter,C.-K. Loong
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2015-09-30
- Total pages :450
- ISBN : 9780521857819

**Summary :** Providing a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to the theory and applications of slow-neutron scattering, this detailed book equips readers with the fundamental principles of neutron studies, including the background and evolving development of neutron sources, facility design, neutron scattering instrumentation and techniques, and applications in materials phenomena. Drawing on the authors' extensive experience in this field, this text explores the implications of slow-neutron research in greater depth and breadth than ever before in an accessible yet rigorous manner suitable for both students and researchers in the fields of physics, biology, and materials engineering. Through pedagogical examples and in-depth discussion, readers will be able to grasp the full scope of the field of neutron scattering, from theoretical background through to practical, scientific applications.

## Handbook of Neutron Optics

- Author : Masahiko Utsuro,Vladimir K. Ignatovich
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2010-01-12
- Total pages :610
- ISBN : 3527628797

**Summary :** Written by authors with an international reputation, acknowledged expertise and teaching experience, this is the most up-to-date resource on the field. The text is clearly structured throughout so as to be readily accessible, and begins by looking at scattering of a scalar particle by one-dimensional systems. The second section deals with the scattering of neutrons with spin in one-dimensional potentials, while the third treats dynamical diffraction in three-dimensional periodic media. The final two sections conclude with incoherent and small angle scattering, and some problems of quantum mechanics. With its treatment of the theories, experiments and applications involved in neutron optics, this relevant reading for nuclear physicists and materials scientists alike.

## Quantum Theory of Magnetism

- Author : Robert M. White
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2013-04-18
- Total pages :284
- ISBN : 9783662023600

**Summary :** Although it is one of the oldest physical phenomena studied, magnetism con tinues to be an active and challenging subject. This is due to the fact that mag netic phenomena represent a complex application of quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and electromagnetism. As new magnetic materials are syn thesized and new experimental conditions realized, the very fundamentals of these subjects are expanded. Thus, the Kondo effect, like superconductivity, stimulated the development of many-body techniques; spin glasses with their competing interactions are leading to advances in statistical physics; and angle and spin-resolved photoemission is probing details of transition-metal electronic states never before possible. I have not tried to incorporate all the new developments in this subject since the first edition ten years ago. My purpose is still the same - to use linear response theory to establish a common conceptual basis for understanding a variety of magnetic phenomena. Many recent developments fit into this frame work and have been included.

## Neutron Scattering – Fundamentals

- Author : David L. Price,Felix Fernandez-Alonso
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2013-11-22
- Total pages :576
- ISBN : 9780128066478

**Summary :** This introductory chapter provides a self-contained survey of the merits, strengths, and conceptual framework underpinning the use of neutrons as a probe of the structure and dynamics of materials. We also take the opportunity to illustrate important concepts using examples taken from the scientific literature, as well as establish the basic notation that will be used throughout, and listed in more detail in the List of Commonly Used Symbols.

## NBS Special Publication

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1968
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : STANFORD:36105130367332

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## Neutron Scattering in Biology

- Author : Jörg Fitter,Thomas Gutberlet,John Katsaras
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2006-05-01
- Total pages :560
- ISBN : 9783540291114

**Summary :** The advent of new neutron facilities and the improvement of existing sources and instruments world wide supply the biological community with many new opportunities in the areas of structural biology and biological physics. The present volume offers a clear description of the various neutron-scattering techniques currently being used to answer biologically relevant questions. Their utility is illustrated through examples by some of the leading researchers in the field of neutron scattering. This volume will be a reference for researchers and a step-by-step guide for young scientists entering the field and the advanced graduate student.

## Quantum Materials Explored by Neutron Scattering

- Author : Peter Babkevich
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : OCLC:829958029

**Summary :** This thesis describes neutron scattering experiments on strongly correlated systems exhibiting a range of emergent phenomena: antiferromagnetism, charge order, superconductivity and multiferroicity. I have examined the La_{2}CoO_{4} compound which is a Mott insulator and orders antiferromagnetically near room temperature. The La_{2}CoO_{4} sample was studied using spherical neutron polarimetry and I present magnetic structure models to describe the two antiferromagnetic phases of the compound. Furthermore, the magnetic fluctuations have been investigated using neutron time-of-flight technique. This has allowed us to extract the dominant exchange interactions in the system. More interestingly, the work on La_{2}CoO_{4} presented in this thesis provides a basis for the experimental evidence of an hourglass dispersion in La_{5/3}Sr_{1/3}CoO_{4}, previously only observed in the copper oxide based superconductors. This dispersion has been understood in terms of a stripe ordered magnetic phase and was found to be well described by a linear spin-wave model. Neutron scattering experiments were also carried out on the new iron-based high-temperature superconductors, FeSe_{x}Te_{1-x}. A range of compositions were studied, including both antiferromagnetically ordered and superconducting. Below the superconducting phase transition temperature, a spin resonance mode was found centred on the antiferromagnetic wavevector. This is an important feature shared by many unconventional superconductors. The spin resonance intensity was found to reflect the order parameter of the superconducting state. Polarised inelastic neutron scattering experiments have revealed a small anisotropy between the in-plane and out-of-plane magnetic fluctuations at the resonance. This anisotropy cannot be readily explained by the usual anisotropic terms in the Hamiltonian. This could be evidence of new physics in the FeSe_{x}Te_{1-x} superconductors. Finally, I have studied CuO - a high-temperature multiferroic. Analysis of polarised neutron diffraction experiments shows that the magnetic domain population can be varied using an externally applied electric field. This unambiguously demonstrates coupling between the magnetic and ferroelectric degrees of freedom. Using representation analysis I derive the incommensurate magnetic structure in the multiferroic phase. The origin of the magnetoelectric coupling is consistent with models based on the inverse Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction.

## Small-Angle Scattering (Neutrons, X-Rays, Light) from Complex Systems

- Author : Eugen Mircea Anitas
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2019-08-08
- Total pages :116
- ISBN : 9783030266127

**Summary :** This book addresses the basic physical phenomenon of small-angle scattering (SAS) of neutrons, x-rays or light from complex hierarchical nano- and micro-structures. The emphasis is on developing theoretical models for the material structure containing self-similar or fractal clusters. Within the suggested framework, key approaches for extracting structural information from experimental scattering data are investigated and presented in detail. The range of parameters which can be obtained pave the road towards a better understanding of the correlations between geometrical and various physical properties (electrical, magnetic, mechanical, optical, dynamical, transport etc.) in fractal nano- and micro-materials.

## Introduction to Frustrated Magnetism

- Author : Claudine Lacroix,Philippe Mendels,Frédéric Mila
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2011-01-12
- Total pages :682
- ISBN : 3642105890

**Summary :** The field of highly frustrated magnetism has developed considerably and expanded over the last 15 years. Issuing from canonical geometric frustration of interactions, it now extends over other aspects with many degrees of freedom such as magneto-elastic couplings, orbital degrees of freedom, dilution effects, and electron doping. Its is thus shown here that the concept of frustration impacts on many other fields in physics than magnetism. This book represents a state-of-the-art review aimed at a broad audience with tutorial chapters and more topical ones, encompassing solid-state chemistry, experimental and theoretical physics.

## Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1966-04
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : UIUC:30112057077718

**Summary :**