Dr. James D. Jorgensen passed away September 7, 2006. Jim was instrumental in the development of modern neutron powder diffraction, especially at spallation neutron sources. Building on earlier work by Brugger and Worlton at the Idaho Falls reactor, Jim championed high-pressure neutron powder diffraction at the Argonne National Laboratory, first at reactor sources and then at the ZING-P and the Intense Pulsed Neutron Source. His leadership and scientific contributions, while a member of the Materials Science Division and as leader of the Neutron and X-ray Scattering Group at Argonne, were recognized by a number of awards including the 1991 Warren...

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