19 May 2003 at 08:30
28 May 2003
Trieste - Italy
O. Moze, G. Rossi
The techniques of Neutron and Photon Magnetic Scattering provide extremely detailed information on the underlying fundamental physical mechanisms which are responsible for the properties of modern magnetic materials. The purpose of the School is twofold. Firstly, to expose people already carrying out research in magnetism (or those acquiring an interest in magnetism) to the basic theoretical and experimental principles of the two techniques. As a direct consequence, this should lead to an increase in the number of users of neutrons and photons at central facilities.
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