Study of Localised Electronic Excitations by Neutron Scattering
Neutron scattering allows the spectroscopic study of the energy levels associated with both nuclear and electronic motion. With the advent of neutron sources with higher incident energy the upper limit of the range covered will be extended from say 0.1 eV to perhaps 1 eV. It is therefore appropriate to consider what types of experiment will be profitable in this area. The brief for these lectures is to consider localised electronic excitations.
KeywordsMatrix Element Form Factor Neutron Scattering Electronic Excitation Exciton State
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