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Title Attosecond quantum entanglement in neutron Compton scattering from water in the keV range
Abstract Scattering of neutrons in the 24-150 keV incident energy range from H2O relative to that of D2O and H2O-D2O mixtures was reported very recently. Studying time-of-flight integrated intensities, the applied experimental procedure appears to be transparent and may open up a novel class of neutron experiments regarding the "anomalous" scattering from protons, firstly observed in our experiment at ISIS in the 5-100 eV range. The keV-results were analyzed within standard theory, also including (1) multiple scattering and (2) the strong incident-energy dependence of the neutron-proton cross-section sigma(H)(E-0) in this energy range. The analysis reveals a striking anomalous ratio of scattering intensity of H2O relative to that of D2O of about 20%, thus being in surprisingly good agreement with the earlier results of the original experiment at ISIS. (c) 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Keywords ISIS 2006
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Journal Article Physica B 385, no. 1 (2006): 1-6. doi:10.1016/j.physb.2006.05.087 2006