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This equation, Eq. 32), gives the calculated relative intensity of the v mode determined at a momentum transfer Q and at an energy transfer o\ (in the low temperature limit)(Fig. 4). This is S\Q,a^) for the atom, labelled /, with a total scattering cross section o?. There are two major terms in Eq. 32), the pre-exponential factor and an exponential term. th Momentum transfer / A Fig. 4 Diagrammatic representation of the scattering law value, 5, as it varies with momentum transfer Q, for a given vibrational mode, v, at an energy transfer of a.
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Hurst (1952) . It was early realised that the study of the vibrations of hydrogen atoms in compounds was particularly well suited to neutron scattering techniques: zirconium hydride was the first hydrogenous substance to be studied . The theory of inelastic neutron scattering and early studies of inorganic and organic hydrogenous compounds are summarised in . For molecules see also [11,12]. Recently the Institut Laue-Langevin (the ILL) has published a pocket-size Neutron Data Booklet covering many aspects of neutron production, detection, and scattering .