About this series
Neutron scattering techniques provide exceptional tools for studying the structure and dynamics of materials at the molecular level. New user facilities, instrumentation and software now provide the "non-expert" researcher with the opportunity of using neutron techniques to provide answers to challenging research questions in physics, biology, chemistry, engineering and medicine that cannot be answered by any other technique. In order to maximize this potential it is crucial to provide the research community with an up to date series of books which describe the fundamentals of the techniques as applied in a given field, and provide recent examples of applications to showcase the capabilities.
The Neutron Scattering Applications and Techniques book series is comprehensive, covering a broad range of research topics. Its goal is to provide scientists and engineers with reference books which highlight the unique capabilities of neutron techniques to elucidate critical questions in established and emergent areas of science. The books are suitable for graduate students, postdocs, and research professionals in the field, and serve as a reference to both experts and (scientific) newcomers wishing to learn about the subject.
Masatoshi Arai, Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Shenda Baker, Harvey Mudd College
Collin Broholm, Johns Hopkins University
Patrick Gallagher, National Institute of Standards & Technology
Stephen Nagler, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Roger Pynn, Indiana University
J. Michael Rowe, National Institute of Standards & Technology
Helmut Schober, Institut Laue-Langevin
Sunil Sinha, University of California – San Diego
Ray Teller, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jill Trewhella, University of Sydney
Christian Vettier, European Spallation Source – Sweden