## 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

15mm thick

range of 0.5 to 4.5A. As the effective absorption of KHjPO4 is not known we were

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The

**sample**absorption was considerable for both volumes of**sample**; for the15mm thick

**sample**/*£) varied from 0.7 to 1.7 over the measured wavelengthrange of 0.5 to 4.5A. As the effective absorption of KHjPO4 is not known we were

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The resultant normalization factors N(X), assuming no extinction effects, are

shown in Figure 5. For a

large A, with an approximate 20% increase in N(X) as A approaches 0.5A. This

appears ...

The resultant normalization factors N(X), assuming no extinction effects, are

shown in Figure 5. For a

**sample**not in the furnace N(X) is roughly constant atlarge A, with an approximate 20% increase in N(X) as A approaches 0.5A. This

appears ...

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THE USE OF THE ATLAS SUITE In order to illustrate the use of the ATLAS suite

we will show the use of each routine for the same

analysis can be followed through from raw data to final result. The

chosen for ...

THE USE OF THE ATLAS SUITE In order to illustrate the use of the ATLAS suite

we will show the use of each routine for the same

**sample**so that a simpleanalysis can be followed through from raw data to final result. The

**sample**chosen for ...

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