Irisali Khidirov

Institute of Nuclear Physics Uzbekistan

Dr. Irisali Khidirov is the head of the Composition Materials Laboratory of the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences (Tashkent), doctor of sciences in physics and mathematics, full professor of Solid State Physics, Honorary Doctor of Sciences in Physics of the Yorker International University in Italy. His research is concerned with the study of phase transformations and crystal structures of interstitial alloys, intermetallic compounds and their hydrides, superconducting ceramics and other ceramics by method of neutron diffraction. He has found various types of long-range orders, ordered antiphase domains, stable and metastable phases in interstitial alloys formed under the influence of temperature and  - irradiation; the hydrogen thermoemission phenomenon from hydrogen containing powder crystals - full removal of hydrogen from a crystal lattice without change of elements symmetry. He showed that in the ordered layered hexagonal close-packed structure of interstitial solid solutions hydrogen isotopes H and D cannot be on the same plane. He has more than 150 scientific publications.

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Now neutron diffraction is widely applied for the research of crystal, magnetic structure and internal stress of crystalline materials of various classes, including nanocrystalls. In the present book, we make practically short excursion to modern state of neutron diffraction researches of crystal materials of various classes. The book contains a helpful information on a modern state of neutron diffraction researches of crystals for the broad specialists interested in studying crystals and purposeful regulation of their service characteristics, since the crystal structure, basically, defines their physical and mechanical properties. Some chapters of the book have methodical character that can be useful to scientists, interested in possibilities of neutron diffraction. We hope, that results of last years presented in the book, can be a push to new ideas in studying of crystalline, magnetic structure and a macrostructure of usual crystal materials and nanocrystals. In turn, it can promote working out of new materials with new improved service characteristics and to origin of innovative ideas.

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