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B. Alefeld, T. Springer, A. Heidemann
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Volume 110 / Number 1 / January 1992 / Pages 84-95
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The method of backscattering that is applied in neutron spectroscopy in the microelectron-volt region is described, as is its development at the Jülich Research Reactor FRJ-2, and at the Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble. Selected examples of experiments are presented. The backscattering principle can be applied for high-precision measurements of lattice parameters (Δa/a 10-7) as developed at the Jülich reactor.
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