Dynamics and Neutron Scattering
The aim of the Special Issue is to highlight progress on the use of neutron spectroscopy to study the dynamics in soft matters and biological systems, including liquids, glasses, polymers, bio-macromolecules, and cellular organisms. It also highlights the complementary role played by computational modeling. These systems are dynamically rich, exhibiting a wide variety of dynamical processes including vibrational, diffusive, rotational and collective motions that span over many decades in time and space, which are crucial for their function and applications.
Guest Editors: Victoria Garcia Sakai, Michihiro Nagao, and Liang Hong