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Chapter 4.1. Thermal diffuse scattering of X-rays and neutrons

Chapter index

Acoustic modes 4.1.2.1
Adiabatic approximation 4.1.2
Approximations
adiabatic 4.1.2
harmonic 4.1.2
Atomic force-constant matrix 4.1.2.1
Bloch's theorem 4.1.2.1
Born–von Kármán theory 4.1.1
Branch 4.1.2.1
Brillouin zone 4.1.2.1
Coherent scattering 4.1.4
Compton scattering 4.1.5.1
Constant Q mode 4.1.5.2
Correlation functions 4.1.4
Debye model 4.1.2.3
Debye theory 4.1.1
Dynamical matrix 4.1.2.1
Dynamics
of three-dimensional crystals 4.1.2
Einstein model 4.1.2.3
Elastic constants, measurement of 4.1.6
External modes 4.1.2.4
Force-constant matrix, atomic 4.1.2.1
Harmonic approximation 4.1.2
Incoherent inelastic scattering 4.1.4
Incoherent scattering 4.1.4
inelastic 4.1.4
Inelastic neutron scattering 4.1.4
Inelastic scattering
neutron 4.1.4
Internal modes 4.1.2.4
Lattice-dynamical model 4.1.1
Lennard–Jones potential 4.1.5.3
Neutron scattering
inelastic 4.1.4
Optic modes 4.1.2.1
Periodic boundary conditions 4.1.2
Phonon absorption 4.1.4
Phonon dispersion relations 4.1.5
Phonon emission 4.1.4
Phonons 4.1.1
Potential energy of a crystal 4.1.2.1
Scattering
coherent 4.1.4
Compton 4.1.5.1
incoherent 4.1.4
incoherent inelastic 4.1.4
inelastic neutron 4.1.4
of neutrons by thermal vibrations 4.1.4
of X-rays by thermal vibrations 4.1.3
Sound velocities 4.1.6, 4.1.6
Spectrometer, triple-axis 4.1.5.2
Structure factors
for one-phonon scattering 4.1.3
TDS (thermal diffuse scattering) 4.1.1
Thermal diffuse scattering (TDS) 4.1.1
Triple-axis spectrometer 4.1.5.2
Van Hove correlation functions 4.1.4