This chapter deals with applications of neutron diffraction to the understanding of transformation processes in geomaterials with a time-resolution from seconds to several days. The choice of neutrons rather than X-rays for such time-resolved studies is due to their specific advantages like e.g., the sensitivity to light elements, the detection of volume rather than surface phenomena or the low absorption in case of bulky sample environments. General features of diffractometers suitable for time-resolved studies are discussed and the high-flux diffractometer D20 at ILL is presented in some detail. Time-resolved processes usually are studied at non-ambient pressures and temperatures. The necessary...
Time-resolved Neutron Diffraction Studies with Emphasis on Water Ices and Gas Hydrates
Werner F. Kuhs, Thomas C. Hansen; Time-resolved Neutron Diffraction Studies with Emphasis on Water Ices and Gas Hydrates. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 2006;; 63 (1): 171–204. doi: https://doi.org/10.2138/rmg.2006.63.8
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