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B. T. M. Willis, Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford,C. J. Carlile, Department of Physics, University of Lund
Professor B. T. M. Willis
1953-1956 GEC Research Laboratory, London
1956-1984 Harwell Research Laboratory
1984-2007 Dept. of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Oxford
Life membership of British Crystallographic Association, 2001
Professor C. J. Carlile
1973 JRC Ispra Italy
1974-1975 Neutron Beam Research Unit, Rutherrford Appleton Laboratory
1975-1977 Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble
1978-1998 ISIS pulsed Neutron Source, RAL
1999-2006 Director of Institut Laue Langevin
2006- Lund University, Sweden
Glazebrook Medal of the Institute of Phtysics, London
Honorary D. Sc. University of Birmingham
Table of Contents
Part I: General considerations
1. Over 70 years of neutron scattering
2. Neutron properties
3. The production of neutrons
4. Neutron detection
5. Instrument components
6. Sample preparation, sample environment and radiological safety
Part II: Neutron diffraction
7. Single crystal diffraction
8. The powder diffraction method
9. Polarized neutrons and magnetic neutron diffraction
10. Small-angle neutron scattering
11. Neutron optics
12. Neutron reflectometry
13. Liquids, glasses and amorphous materials
Part III: Neutron spectroscopy
14. Coherent inelastic scattering from single crystals: study of phonons and magnons
15. Inelastic neutron scattering spectroscopy
16. Quasi-elastic scattering and high-resolution spectroscopy