## 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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THEORY The proposed method is based on the knowledge of the total scattering

neutrons of the same energy of those used in the main experiment. The cross ...

THEORY The proposed method is based on the knowledge of the total scattering

**cross section**, which is easily obtainable by a transmission measurement forneutrons of the same energy of those used in the main experiment. The cross ...

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corrected for background, geometry and absorption. The experimental scattering

allows to determine the total

and ...

corrected for background, geometry and absorption. The experimental scattering

**cross section**was determined by a transmission measurement. This methodallows to determine the total

**cross section**Or which is the sum of the absorptionand ...

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l.g. The Total

neutrons of wavelength A from a beam by a sample may be separated into two

contributions, due to absorption and scattering respectively; ^"'(A) = <ro6,(A) + o.

l.g. The Total

**Cross**-**section**The total**cross**-**section**crlot(A) for the removal ofneutrons of wavelength A from a beam by a sample may be separated into two

contributions, due to absorption and scattering respectively; ^"'(A) = <ro6,(A) + o.

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