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1-Mar-2013A neutron diffraction study of the phase transition of fully deuterated triglycine sulphate (ND2CD2COOD)(3 center dot) D2SO4Hudspeth, JM; Goossens, DJ; Gutmann, MJ; Studer, AJ
1-May-2013Development of crystallographic-orientation-dependent internal strains around a fatigue-crack tip during overloading and underloadingLee, SY; Huang, EW; Wu, W; Liaw, PK; Paradowska, AM
15-Nov-2013Ti substitution for Mn in MnCoGe - the magnetism of Mn0.9Ti0.1CoGeWang, JL; Shamba, P; Hutchison, WD; Md Din, MF; Debnath, JC; Avdeev, M; Zeng, R; Kennedy, SJ; Campbell, SJ; Dou, SX
11-Feb-2013Origin of large recoverable strain in 0.94(Bi0.5Na0.5)TiO3-0.06BaTiO3 near the ferroelectric-relaxor transitionSimons, H; Daniels, JE; Glaum, J; Studer, AJ; Jones, JL; Hoffman, M
5-Aug-2013Magnetic structures of NaFePO4 maricite and triphylite polymorphs for sodium-ion batteriesAvdeev, M; Mohamed, Z; Ling, CD; Lu, J; Tamaru, M; Yamada, A; Barpanda, P
1-Nov-2013Investigation of Steric Influences on Hydrogen-Bonding Motifs in Cyclic Ureas by Using X-Ray, Neutron, and Computational MethodsMcCormick, LJ; McDonnell-Worth, C; Platts, JA; Edwards, AJ; Turner, DR
25-Sep-2013Magnetism and magnetic structures of PrMn2Ge2-xSixWang, JL; Campbell, SJ; Hofmann, M; Kennedy, SJ; Zeng, R; Din, MFM; Dou, SX; Arulraj, A; Stusser, N
1-Jan-2013Modulated crystal structures of phases VII and V in (NH4)3H(SO4)2. Neutron Laue diffractionMcIntyre, GJ; Smirnov, LS; Baranov, AI; Dolbinina, VV; Frontasyeva, MV; Pavlov, SS; Pankratova, YS
1-Apr-2013DCD USANS and SESANS: a comparison of two neutron scattering techniques applicable for the study of large-scale structuresRehm, C; Barker, J; Bouwman, WG; Pynn, R
12-Sep-2013Crystal Structure, Optical Properties, and Electronic Structure of Calcium Strontium Tungsten Oxynitrides CaxSr1-xWO2NYashima, M; Fumi, U; Nakano, H; Omoto, K; Hester, JR