Neutrons, which are a penetrating yet non destructive probe, are ideally suited to studying the structure, organisation and motion of molecules responsible for the physical properties of materials under a variety of conditions. Applications are in fields as diverse as colloid and polymer science, earth sciences, pharmaceutics, biology and engineering.
This book will be of interest to both present and potential future users of neutron sources working in these areas, as both a useful reference and a comprehensive overview.
Table of Contents
1. A Short Introduction to Neutron Scattering 2. Molecular Structures Determined by Neutron Diffraction 3. The Liquid Structure of Halocarbons 4. Using SANS to Study Adsorbed Layers in Colloidal Dispersions 5. Crystalline and Amorphous Polymers 6. Organization and Dynamics of Amphiliphilic Polymers at Fluid Interfaces 7. The Structure of Surfactanct Monolayers at Their Air-Water Inferface 8. Polymer Blends 9. Inelastic Neutron Scattering of Polymers 10. The Wonderful World of Ionomers 11. Neutron Scattering in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Barbara J Gabrys