In the past two decades many organic compounds have been investigated by inelastic neutron scattering. Most of these studies were time of flight measurements of the incoherent scattering from hydrogen atoms in these compounds which yield the density of states weighted by the hydrogen amplitudes. In this book incoherent neutron scattering spectra of organic compounds have not been included since it is extremely difficult to deduce the proper one-phonon density of states from these spectra.
KeywordsOrganic Compound Dispersion Curve Neutron Scattering Electrical Dipole Moment Phonon Dispersion
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