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A New Possibility of Dynamical Study on Solid State Ionic Materials by Inelastic Neutron Scattering

Atom Indonesia Journal

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Title A New Possibility of Dynamical Study on Solid State Ionic Materials by Inelastic Neutron Scattering
 
Creator Nakamura, M.
Nakajima, K.
Inamura, Y.
Ohira Kawamura, S.
Kikuchi, T.
Otomo, T.
Arai, M.
 
Subject Inelastic neutron scattering; J-PARC; Pulsed neutron source; Pulsed neutron techniques; Solid state ionic materials
 
Description A new technique of inelastic neutron scattering measurement utilizing the multiple incident energies is applied to the dynamical study of vitreous silica. A wide variety of extracted information from a series of two-dimensional maps of dynamical structure factor with multiple different incident energies are greatly valuable. The applicability and its expected contribution of new experimental technique into the further progress of scientific activities in solid state ionic materials are discussed.KeywordsInelastic neutron scattering; J-PARC; Pulsed neutron source; Pulsed neutron techniques; Solid state ionic materials
 
Publisher PPIN-BATAN
 
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Date 2011-09-08
 
Type Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://aij.batan.go.id/index.php/aij/article/view/33
 
Source Atom Indonesia Journal; Vol 36, No 3 (2010): DECEMBER 2010
 
Language en
 
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