Neutron, X-ray and Light Scattering
Introduction to an Investigative Tool for Colloidal and Polymeric Systems - Workshop Proceedings (North-Holland Delta S.)
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|Format:||Hardback, 386 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 July 1991|
This book is devoted to a simple practical approach to neutron, X-ray and light scattering experiments, involving model calculation of the scattering and mathematical transformation. It is intended to attract colloid and polymer scientists using scattering methods in their laboratory or at common research facilities. The primary objective is to explain the current methodology of elastic and quasi-elastic scattering techniques (avoiding both under and over-exploitation of data) rather than a general course on colloids and polymers. Basic information on data interpretation, on the complementarity of the different types of radiation, as well as information on recent applications and developments are presented.
Table of Contents
Preface. Part I: Using General Principles . Introduction to scattering experiments (J.P. Cotton). Initial data treatment (J.P. Cotton). Small-angle scattering and light scattering (O. Glatter). General theorems of small-angle scattering by disperse systems (D.I. Svergun). Part II: Solving Inverse Problems . Contrast variation in X-ray and neutron scattering (C.E. Williams). Label triangulation (R.E. May). Interacting monodisperse and polydisperse spheres (L. Belloni). Chord analysis (D. Tchoubar). Part III: Studying Surfaces and Interfaces Scattering of connected networks (Th. Zemb). Scattering by interfaces: variations on Porod's law (L. Auvray and P. Auroy). Data interpretation in specular neutron reflection (J. Penfold). Part IV: Focussing on Large Scales . Structure of colloidal crystals by scattering (P.N. Pusey). Growth: a brief guide for the use of scattering techniques (B. Cabane). Part V: Investigating Non-Equilibrium Systems . Steady-state SANS experiments under external constraints (P. Lindner). Time resolved small angle X-ray experiments (C. Riekel). Part VI: Using Light . Basic concepts in static and dynamic light scattering: application to colloids and polymers (M. Hofer). Dynamic light scattering: data analysis and applications to some biological systems (J. Langowski and R. Bryan). Dictionary. Author index. Subject index.
|Publisher: ||Elsevier Science Ltd|