Scattering of Thermal Neutrons

A Bibliography (1932–1974)

  • André Larose
  • Jake Vanderwal

Part of the Solid State Physics Literature Guides book series (SSPLG)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-5
  2. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 7-8
  3. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 9-10
  4. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 11-17
  5. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 19-131
  6. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 132-221
  7. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 222-225
  8. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 226-231
  9. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 232-238
  10. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 239-239
  11. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 240-244
  12. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 245-246
  13. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 247-250
  14. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 251-251
  15. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 252-260
  16. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 261-266
  17. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 267-269
  18. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 270-271
  19. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 272-274
  20. André Larose, Jake Vanderwal
    Pages 275-277

About this book

Introduction

Solid state physicists have long appreciated the usefulness of thermal neutron scattering in the inves­ tigation of condensed matter. This technique was first made possible by the advent of the nuclear reac­ tor and has, since then, undergone many refinements. The developments in this field of research have, we felt, necessitated the making of a comprehensive compilation of the published thermal neutron papers. The large number of titles collected in this book, as well as their diversity and their yearly distribution, reflects the continued contribution of the neutron probe to our understanding of physical systems. This bibliography is an updated and improved version of the one first published by us in March of 1973 under a similar title. Many of the omissions and inconsistencies of the first edition, such as occurred, for example, in the initialing of authors' names, have been corrected. The literature search has been carried back to 1932, the year when the existence of the neutron was experimentally confirmed. Several additional journals have also been searched and brought up to date together with those listed in our first publication. The number of entries is now 8543, an increase of 65 per cent relative to the first edition.

Keywords

condensed matter neutron diffraction scattering

Authors and affiliations

  • André Larose
    • 1
  • Jake Vanderwal
    • 1
  1. 1.McMaster UniversityHamiltonCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-6213-5
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1975
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4684-6215-9
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4684-6213-5
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