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A "wave-picture" is usually used to explain the origin of Bragg peaks, based on the definition of a wavelength for neutrons of momentum p according to de Broglie: λ = h/p. The same definition of "wavelength" is used for electrons and other particles. The regular array of atoms in the crystal is viewed as consisting of parallel planes of atoms; the incident "neutron wave" is scattered preferentially into special directions, if the orientation of the crystal is such that the path difference from neighbouring planes is an integer multiple of the wavelength, allowing constructive interference.
In general, the quantities measured in neutron scattering are initial and final momenta of the neutron, which may be inferred from the direction and velocity of the neutron (e.g. if the "time of flight" method is used). The interaction of the neutron with the crystal provides a probability for a single quantum transition from initial neutron momentum p to final momentum p', the probability of the neutron undergoing multiple transitions typically can be neglected due to the weakness of the interaction. This is what makes neutrons so special compared to any other probe (electrons, photons etc.).
Whereas in free space, momentum has to be conserved due to full translational invariance, this is no longer true in the presence of the crystal potential. But there exists a new (lower) symmetry - discrete translational symmetry due to the periodicity of the crystal lattice - translations perpendicular to lattice planes by integer multiples of the spacing between equivalent planes. Under these conditions momentum p is no longer conserved, but "Quasi momentum", P = p + hQ, is conserved!
Q is a "reciprocal lattice vector", having the direction perpendicular to the lattice planes considered, the absolute value has to be an integer multiple of the inverse spacing between equivalent planes. The momentum transfer hQ during the scattering process is taken up by the rigid lattice. Furthermore, energy conservation requires that the absolute values of initial momentum p and final momentum p + hQ to be identical. These two symmetry requirements yield the "Bragg conditions".
The occurrence of Bragg peaks follows from general quantum mechanical laws and symmetry requirements, invoking particle properties of the neutron only. Furthermore, we learn that an additional condition has to be fulfilled for scattering events contributing to Bragg peaks: the elementary quantum transition of the neutron from initial momentum p to p + hQ must not cause a simultaneous transition in the crystal.
Again general symmetry arguments are helpful to understand the outcome of these scattering events. The transition of the neutron combined with the nuclear spin transition of a particular fixed lattice site breaks translational invariance completely. If we consider the nucleus to be point-like without an internal structure, the neutron may be scattered into all directions with equal probability; the momentum transfer is provided by the rigid lattice, serving as an anchor for the nuclear spin involved in the combined scattering process. Typically the nuclear spin transition does not cost any (or a negligibly small amount of) energy; therefore energy conservation requires that the absolute value of the neutron momentum remains unchanged in these scattering events. Neutrons causing a localized transition in the lattice are scattered with equal probability into all directions and cannot contribute to interference effects.
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The orbital (first row), spin (second row), and total (third row) angular momentums of the excitation beams are summarized. The last row shows the angular momentums of the spoof LSPs observed in the experiment.
In quantum mechanical scattering, there can be bound states and resonances. Both phenomena are connected through analytic continuation of the scattering energy or momentum. This animation shows the connection by tracing poles as the depth of a spherical well gets deeper and deeper.
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In Fig. 3, we show an expanded view at selected frequencies of the Fourier transform along the time axis of the oscillatory component in Fig. 2 (top and bottom rows represent regions in squares 1 and 2 in Fig. 1a, respectively). The value of each pixel is the magnitude of the Fourier transform at a given frequency of traces such as those shown in Fig. 2b. The bright loops appear at locations in momentum space where the intensity oscillates at the same frequency. These contours (Fig. 3) represent constant-frequency cuts of the phonon dispersion relation as depicted schematically in Fig. 4a. The differences between the data in the two regions in Fig. 3 are due to the different reciprocal space areas sampled by the two Brillouin zones and thus originate from different phonon modes. The data in Fig. 3 show two bands, seen more clearly in the bottom row plots, which correspond to the two transverse acoustic branches, with pinch points where the bands are degenerate along high-symmetry directions. Their intensity depends on the amplitude of the coherent mean squared displacements, as well as their projection along Q. 2b1af7f3a8