Accession Number:

ADA226300

Title:

Neutron Scattering for Materials Science. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Volume 166

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

MATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY PITTSBURGH PA

Report Date:

1990-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

498.0

Abstract:

Neutron Scattering is by now a well-established technique which has been used by condensed matter scientists to probe both the structure and the dynamical interactions in solids and liquids. The use of neutron scattering methods in materials science research has in turn increased dramatically in recent years. The symposium was assembled to bring together scientists with a wide range of interest, including high-Tc superconducting materials, phase transformations, neutron depth profiling, structure and dynamics of glasses and liquids, surfaces and interfaces, porous media, intercalation compounds and lower dimensional systems, structure and dynamics of polymers, residual stress analysis, ordering and phase separation in alloys, and magnetism in alloys and multilayers. The symposium included invited talks covering the latest advances in broad areas of interest such as Rietveld structure refinement, triple axis spectrometry, quasielastic scattering and diffusion, small angle scattering and surface scattering. Contributed papers reporting recent research results were often grouped in several subfields covered by invited, tutorial lectures. JS

Subject Categories:

  • Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE