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THE USE OF THE SPECULAR REFLECTION OF NEUTRONS TO STUDY SURFACES AND INTERFACES

Abstract:
The specular reflection of neutrons is now becoming an established technique for the study of surfaces and interfaces. A discussion of the experimental requirements is presented, and particular emphasis on the advantages for the study of problems in surface chemistry is included. A description of the reflectometer, CRISP, on the pulsed neutron source ISIS is given. Recent experimental results on the adsorption of mixed surfactants at the air-water interface are described.
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Chemistry, Physical and Theoretical Chem
Volume:
81
Pages:
198-202
Publication date:
1990
ISSN:
0340-255X
URN:
uuid:d8c6846e-1e77-4655-a674-6a8ead8550a8
Source identifiers:
121719
Local pid:
pubs:121719
ISBN:
3-7985-0839-9

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