## Neutron Scattering Data Analysis 1990: Invited and Contributed Papers from the Conference on Neutron Scattering Data Analysis Held at The Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, 14-16 March 1990 |

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<r where R(co) is the

measure of the average number of counts in the data. This tells us that if we do

not have a functional form for the scattering law, then we should express it in ...

<r where R(co) is the

**Fourier transform**of the resolution function R(x), and a2 is ameasure of the average number of counts in the data. This tells us that if we do

not have a functional form for the scattering law, then we should express it in ...

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Only 21 independent Fourier components are measured (Gillon et al 1990). The

magnetisation density is projected along the c axis. The

produces huge truncation effects. In the 3-D orthographic projections (A,C,E), the

...

Only 21 independent Fourier components are measured (Gillon et al 1990). The

magnetisation density is projected along the c axis. The

**Fourier transform**(A,B)produces huge truncation effects. In the 3-D orthographic projections (A,C,E), the

...

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Following the calculation of a final combined »(Q) a

performed if required. The new program I2T performs the transform defined by

eqn (15) using either a direct numerical integration method or a fast

Following the calculation of a final combined »(Q) a

**Fourier transform**may beperformed if required. The new program I2T performs the transform defined by

eqn (15) using either a direct numerical integration method or a fast

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