## 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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The absorption corrected intensities were a factor of approximately 1.49 larger in

the slab can, which is realistic in terms of the relative amounts of sample in the

incident

cylindrical ...

The absorption corrected intensities were a factor of approximately 1.49 larger in

the slab can, which is realistic in terms of the relative amounts of sample in the

incident

**beam**. The absorption corrections ranged from 1.2 to 2.8 for thecylindrical ...

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FIRST RESULTS WITH NEUTRONS With the technical configuration described in

section 3.2 first neutron scattering experiments have been performed on a test

assembly of ROTAX using the test

FIRST RESULTS WITH NEUTRONS With the technical configuration described in

section 3.2 first neutron scattering experiments have been performed on a test

assembly of ROTAX using the test

**beam**line S9 of ISIS. A**beam**viewing the ...Page 268

Its white

elastic line, is produced by Doppler shifting the incident neutrons whilst they are

Bragg reflected from a monochromator crystal mounted on an oscillating piston.

Its white

**beam**, with a maximum energy transfer range of 15//eV either side of theelastic line, is produced by Doppler shifting the incident neutrons whilst they are

Bragg reflected from a monochromator crystal mounted on an oscillating piston.

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algorithm applications approach atoms Bayesian beam Bragg peaks calculated configuration constraints coordinates corresponding cost function cross-section crystallographic Data Anal data analysis data set defined detector bank determined diffraction data diffractometer distribution function elastic scattering energy error bars example experiment experimental Figure Fourier transform Gaussian GENIE GENIE-V3 histogram inelastic instrument intensity inverse ISIS least squares likelihood function magnetic structure magnetisation density matrix MaxEnt reconstruction Maximum Entropy McGreevy measured method molecular Monte Carlo neutron diffraction neutron scattering normalisation normalization obtained optimisation optimization problems parameters Patterson map performed Phys plot positive powder diffraction presented at Neutron prior procedure quasielastic radial distribution functions refinement reflectivity data resolution function ROTAX Rutherford Appleton Laboratory sample scan scattering law shown simulated annealing single crystal solution spectra spectrometer spectrum statistical structure factor symmetry technique temperature time-of-flight truncation UNIRAS unit cell vanadium vector wavelength workspace