Transmission of neutrons through non-periodic ...
|Title||Transmission of neutrons through non-periodic magnetic lattices|
|Author(s)||Kenneth W. Sulston, B. L. Burrows|
|Journal||Solid State Communications|
|Abstract||We consider the problem of comparing the suitability of various magnetic lattices for the spin polarization of neutrons. To do this, we use a discrete model to construct measures of transmission through one-dimensional lattices. We examine the model for non-periodic lattices that are generated from sequences and compare them with a periodic lattice. The periodic lattice gives rise to broader regions of spin polarization so that it should be easier to produce polarized beams, whereas the non-periodic sequences produce narrow regions more suitable for fine control. The most appropriate measure to illustrate these effects is seen to be that which simply measures the difference between spin + and spin - transmission. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.|
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