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For example, uranium (element 92) scatters X-rays much more strongly than nitrogen (element 7), whereas with neutrons, nitrogen scatters 11% more strongly than uranium. e. there is no dependence of the scattering power on angle. This again contrasts with X-rays, where the electron cloud that scatters the photons is of a similar size to the wavelength; interference between the waves scattered from different parts of the electron density leads to a fall off in scattering power with angle, or formfactor (Fig.

N. Fitch · H. Jobic Broglie’s relationship, the wavelength of each neutron can be calculated, and the spacing dhkl between the reflecting lattice planes in the sample obtained from Bragg’s law, dhkl = l/2 sin q. With the TOF method the whole powder diffraction pattern is collected simultaneously, and because the moderation of the neutrons is incomplete, to maintain a temporally compact pulse, there are many short-wavelength neutrons available so that data can be easily collected to high values in sin q/l.

67 1 Introduction Neutron diffraction from single crystals and powders is a powerful technique for investigating the crystal structures of zeolites and microporous materials, as well as other inorganic compounds. Whereas X-ray diffraction is the method by which the framework structures of new zeolites are generally determined, either Molecular Sieves, Vol. N. Fitch · H. Jobic from a laboratory or synchrotron radiation source, neutrons can be used to probe in greater detail the arrangements of water molecules, hydrogen bonds and cations in the cavities, and the location of adsorbed molecules.

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