1. About neutrons;
2. Neutron production, moderation, characterization of sources;
3. Scattering theory: nuclear;
4. Scattering theory: magnetic;
5. Neutron scattering instruments: diffractometers and reflectometers;
6. Neutron scattering instruments: spectrometers;
9. Nuclear scattering: crystal structures;
10. Nuclear scattering: lattice dynamics;
11. Nuclear scattering: chemical spectroscopy;
12. Magnetic scattering: structures;
13. Magnetic scattering: excitations;
14. Disordered and large structures.
John M. Carpenter was Professor of Nuclear Engineering at the University of Michigan from 1964–75. He later became a senior physicist at Argonne National Laboratory where he originated and built the first accelerator-based pulsed neutron sources. He is now a Distinguished Scientist Emeritus at Argonne National Laboratory and was awarded the Clifford Shull Prize in Neutron Physics in 2006.
C.-K. Loong Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois.
Chun-Keung Loong was a senior physicist at Argonne-IPNS for twenty-five years. He engaged in the development of neutron time-of-flight spectroscopy and conducted numerous collaborative studies of advanced materials at pulsed and steady-state neutron sources worldwide. He is a seasoned lecturer and organizer of international workshops at many universities and government laboratories in the Americas, Asia, and Europe.