The Institut Max-von-Laue-Paul Langevin (ILL) in Grenoble regularly organ ises workshops that deal with the various applications of neutrons in physics, chemistry, biology and also in nuclear physics. The workshopq Atomic Trans port and Defects in Metals by Neutron Scatteringq, jointly organised by the Institut Laue-Langevin and the Institut fiir Festkorperforschung of the KFA Jiilich, was held in October 1985 in Jiilich. The study of problems in metal physics and in physical metallurgy is a traditional field of neutron scattering. The most commonly used methods are diffuse elastic, small-angle and inelastic scattering of neutrons. A number of problems can be identified where neutrons yield information that is supple mentary to that from other methods such as x-ray diffraction, synchrotron radiation or electron microscopy. In certain fields, for example spectroscopy for the investigation of atomic motions or for the investigation of magnetic properties, neutron scattering is a unique method. The facilities at the High Flux Reactor of the ILL, and also at the Jiilich and at other medium flux research reactors, have contributed numerous re sults in these fields. It was the aim of this workshop to give a survey of the present state of neutron scattering in metal physics.Rep. of Germany, October 2a4, 1985 Christian Janot, Winfried Petry, Dieter Richter, Tasso Springer. 3. ... 3B compares the Monte Carlo results to the CVM phase diagram (tetrahedron approximation): it is seen that the ordering tendency isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Atomic Transport and Defects in Metals by Neutron Scattering|
|Author||:||Christian Janot, Winfried Petry, Dieter Richter, Tasso Springer|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|