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Neutron Scattering and Lattice Dynamics of Materials with Layered Structures

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Part of the Physics and Chemistry of Materials with Layered Structures book series (PCMA, volume 3)

Abstract

There are numerous textbooks and review articles [1–3] on lattice dynamics, and, in particular, the microscopic approach to the theory of lattice dynamics has been a subject of considerable activity in recent years [4–6]. Here a brief summary of fundamental equations for the more conventional Born-von Kármán formalism is presented in order to define notations that will be used later.

Keywords

Wave Vector Dispersion Curve Force Constant Neutron Scattering Layered Compound 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Solid State DivisionOak Ridge National LaboratoryOak RidgeUSA

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