This book is devoted to the description of the basic principles of X-ray diffraction on noncrystalline systems and to the correlation between diffracted intensities and structure. It presents a critical comparison between the results obtained by XRD and the ones obtained by neutron diffraction.
1. X-Ray Diffraction of Noncrystalline Systems: Theory, Experimental and Data Treatment 2. Interpretation of the Experimental Data 3. Hydration and Complex Formation: A Critical Review 4. Structural Information on Aqueous Solutions from Neutron Diffraction, Exafs, and Simulation Methods