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碩博班專題討論(Colloquium)

Using neutron as a probe for strongly correlated electron materials

演講者 : Pengcheng Dai 戴鹏程 Sam and Helen Worden Professor (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rice University)
演講時間 : 2022 / 12 / 23 14:10
理學教學新大樓物理系1F 36102教室
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The neutron scattering is a technique developed in the 1950s by Cliff Shull at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for neutron diffraction and Bertram Brockhouse at Chalk River laboratory for inelastic neutron scattering.  Shull and Brockhouse shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1994.  Over the past three decades, the development of spallation neutron sources around world has revolutionized the neutron scattering technique as a probe to study spin, lattice, and electronic excitations in solids. In this talk, I will summarize key development in the field of neutron scattering, and argue why the technique is indispensable for understanding solids, particularly magnetic properties of quantum materials