Magnetic form Factors and Magnetization Densities

  • J. Schweizer

Abstract

In Chapter V we have seen how neutrons can determine magnetic structures, that is the arrangement of the moments of the different magnetic atoms in the crystal. On a smaller scale the neutrons are also a unique tool to reveal the details of the distribution of the magnetization density around the nuclei of the magnetic atoms.

Keywords

Entropy Nickel Anisotropy Cerium DPPH 

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