X-ray Thomson Scattering in Warm Dense Matter without the Chihara Decomposition.

@article{Baczewski2016XrayTS,
  title={X-ray Thomson Scattering in Warm Dense Matter without the Chihara Decomposition.},
  author={Andrew D. Baczewski and Luke Shulenburger and Michael P. Desjarlais and S. B. Hansen and Rudolph J. Magyar},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={116 11},
  pages={115004}
}
X-ray Thomson scattering is an important experimental technique used to measure the temperature, ionization state, structure, and density of warm dense matter (WDM). The fundamental property probed in these experiments is the electronic dynamic structure factor. In most models, this is decomposed into three terms [J. Chihara, J. Phys. F 17, 295 (1987… CONTINUE READING