THE USE OF POLARIZED NEUTRONS IN DETERMINING THE MAGNETIC SCATTERING BY IRON AND NICKEL. Technical Report No. 3.
- The polarized neutron beam technique is discussed and utilized in determining the magnetic scattering by iron and nickel. Procedures for obtaining and using po larized beams of monochromatic neutrons are outlined and experimental data are presented on the performance of two polarizing crysthls, Fe/ sub 3/O/sub 4/ and 92 Co-8 Fe alloy. The reflectivity of neutrons of different polarization state by single crystals of iron and nickel was studied and used for determining the magnetic scattering amplitudes at different scattering angles. Comparison is made between the observed magnetic form values and theoretical values derived from calculated 3d wave functions. (auth)
- Report Numbers:
- AFOSR-TN-59-61; AD-209324
- Other Subject(s):
- U.S. Atomic Energy Commission depository collection.
- DOE contract number: AF18(603)-84
NSA number: NSA-13-009196
OSTI Identifier 4277538
Research organization: Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., Cambridge. Structure of Solids Group and Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, N.Y.
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