Fifty Years of Neutron Diffraction, The Advent of Neutron Scattering
This book aims to trace the history of neutron scattering from its pioneer days, to give an outline of the achievements in its main fields of application - notably magnetism, chemistry, lattice dynamics and biology - and some account of its present status. Articles are contributed by pioneers who have worked in the subject for more than 40 years. With stories and reminiscences of the early days in fifteen different countries, the book captures something of the flavour and opportunities of neutron scattering and shows the changes in the way of life of neutron experimenters over the past fifty years.
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IntroductionThe Pattern of 50 Years
The Three Papers
Early Days and Memories
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