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 Wednesday, 10:00-12:00, Room: [[|seminarroom E11 - Physik-Department II - 127 (5107.U1.127)]] Wednesday, 10:00-12:00, Room: [[|seminarroom E11 - Physik-Department II - 127 (5107.U1.127)]]
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 Contact: [[|Dr. rer. nat. Zach Evenson]] Contact: [[|Dr. rer. nat. Zach Evenson]]
 +=== Supplementary material ===
 +**08.12.17**: Per request, I will provide some supplementary material below.
 +[[| What is a pair correlation function?]] - Nice basic overview from Eric Weeks (Emory University), who deals mainly with soft matter systems.
 +{{:n-lecture05:vanhove.pdf|Van Hove (1954), Correlations in Space and time and Born Approximation Scattering in Systems of Interacting Particles}} - Original Van Hove paper. Essential material for the derivation of the space and time-dependent pair distribution function.
 +{{:n-lecture05:degennes.pdf|De Gennes (1959), Liquid Dynamics and Inelastic Scattering of Neutrons}} - Seminal paper from P. De Gennes. Important for inelastic scattering in liquids.
 +{{:n-lecture05:salmon.pdf|Fischer, Barnes and Salmon (2006), Neutron and X-ray Diffraction Studies of Liquids and Glasses}} - Recent review article on the topic of diffraction in amorphous systems. Nice mix of theory and practice.
 +{{:n-lecture05:FZJ-2014-04933.pdf|Laboratory Course from Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS): Experiment Manuals.}} - Broad overview of practical neutron scattering experiments. The chapter on TOFTOF deals with dynamics of liquids.
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