X-Ray Scattering Group

2010 Publication

Abes, M. Atkinson, D., Tanner, B.K., Charlton, T.R., Langridge, S., Hase, T.P.A., Ali, M., Marrows, C.H., Hickey, B.J., Neudert, A., Hicken, R.J., Arena, D., Wilkins, S.B., Mirone, A, and Lebegue, S.  Spin polarization and exchange coupling of Cu and Mn atoms in paramagnetic CuMn diluted alloys induced by a Co layer.  Phys. Rev. B 82, 184412 (2010).

Beale, T.A.W., Wilkins, S., Johnson, R., Bland, S., Joly, Y., Forrest, T., McMorrow, D.F., Yakhou, F., Prabhakaran, D., Boothroyd, A.T., and Hatton, P.D.  Antiferromagnetically spin polarized oxygen observed in magneto-electric TbMn2O5.  Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 087203 (2010).

Billinge, S.  The nanostructure problem.  Physics 3, 25 (2010).

Billinge, S., Dykhne, T., Juhas, P., Bozin, E., Taylor, R., Florence, A.J., and Shankland, K.  Characterisation of amorphous and nanocrystalline molecular materials by total scattering.  CrystEngComm 12, 1366 (2010).

Billinge, S. and Bozin, E.  Pair distribution function technique:  Principles and methods.  Villigen Winter School, organized by the Paul Scherrer Institute, May 24-30, 2010.  Book Chapter in "Diffraction at the Nanoscale:  Nanocrystals, Defective and Amorphous Materials", edited by A. Guagliardi and N. Masciocchi, pp. 97-106, Insubria University Press (2010).

Blagojevic, V., Carlo, J., Brus, L., Steigerwald, M., Uemura, Y., Billinge, S., Zhou, W., Stephens, P., Aczel, A., and Luke, G.  Magnetic phase transition in V2O3 nanocrystals.  Physical Review B 82, 094453 (2010).

Bozin, E., Malliakas, C.D., Souvatzis, P., Proffen, T., Spaldin, N.A., Kanatzidis, M.G. and Billinge, S.  Entropically stabilized local dipole formation in PbTe.  Science 330, 6660 (2010).

Bozin, E., Juhas, P., Zhou, W., Stone, M., Abernathy, D., Huq, A., and Billinge, S.  Quantitative structure refinement from the ARCS chopper spectrometer.  J. Phys.:  Conference Series 251, 012080 (2010).

Dean, M.P.M., Walters, A.C., Howard, C.A., Weller, T.E., Calandra, M., Mauri, F., Ellerby, M., Saxena, S.S., Ivanov, A., and McMorrow, D.F.  Neutron scattering study of the high-energy graphitic phonons in sperconducting CaC6.  Phys. Rev. B 82, 014533 (2010).

Ellis, D.S., Kim, J., Hill, J.P., Wakimoto, S., Birgeneau, R.J., Shvydko, Y., Casa, D., Gog, T., Ishii, K., Ikeuchi, K., Paramekanti, A., and Kim, Y.-J.  Magnetic nature of the 500 meV peak in La2-xSrxCuO4 observed with resonant inelastic x-ray scattering at the Cu K-edge.  Phys. Rev. B 81, 085124 (2010).

Evans, P.G., Billinge, S.  Advances in scattering probes for materials.  MRS Bulletin 35, 495 (2010).

Huq, A., Welberry, R., and Bozin, E.  Adavnces in structural studies of materials using scattering probes.  MRS Bulletin 35, 520 (2010).

Kim, Y.-J., Hill, J.P., Yamaguchi, H.,Gog, T., and Casa, D.  Resonant inelastic x-ray scattering study of the electronic structure of Cu2O.  Phys.Rev. B 81, 195202 (2010).

Le Tacon, M., Forrest, T.R., Regg, Ch., Bosak, A., Noffsinger, J., Walters, A.C., Toulemonde, P., Palenzona, A., Zhigadlo, N.D., Karpinski, J., Hill, J.P., Drisch, M., and McMorrow, D.F.  Inelastic x-ray scattering investigations of lattice dynamics in SmFeAsO1-xFy superconductors.  Proceedings of The 9th International Conference on Spectroscopies in Novel Superconductors (SNS2010), Shanghai, China, May 23-28, 2010. J. Physics and Chemistry of Solids.

Springell,R., Langridge, S., Wildes, A., Wilkins, S.B., Sanchez-Hanke, C., Moore, K.T., Butterfield, M., Chivall, J., Ward, R.C.C., and Lander, G.H.  Chemical and magnetic structure of uranium/gadolinium multilayers studied by transmission electron microscopy, neutron scattering, and x-ray reflectivity.  Phys. Rev. B 81, 134434, 2010.

Zheng, J.C., Frenkel, A.I., Wu, L., Hanson, J., Ku, W., Bozin, E.S., Billinge, S.J.L., and Zhu, Y.  Nanoscale disorder and local electronic properties of CaCu3Ti4O12:  an integrated study of electron, neutron and x-ray diffraction, x-ray absorption fine structure and first principles calculations.  Phys. Rev. B 81, 144203 (2010).

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