## 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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For convenience we have expressed the time of flight intensity

functions of wavelength, this however is not strictly valid for focussed intensities.

For example, the main detector bank of HRPD consists of 20 concentric rings at

different ...

For convenience we have expressed the time of flight intensity

**spectra**asfunctions of wavelength, this however is not strictly valid for focussed intensities.

For example, the main detector bank of HRPD consists of 20 concentric rings at

different ...

Page 138

The focussed intensities st both ends of the

Therefore, to ensure that .lcorr(A) does not tend to infinity at the ends of the

division ...

The focussed intensities st both ends of the

**spectra**are slightly greater than zero.Therefore, to ensure that .lcorr(A) does not tend to infinity at the ends of the

**spectra**, FOCCOR calculates and removes this 'background' intensity prior todivision ...

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To aid visual comparison the

measurements were performed using 11.7mm cylindrical sample cans. The

diffraction calibrants ...

To aid visual comparison the

**spectra**backgrounds were removed and the**spectra**divided by A. 6 Normalization using Diffraction Calibrants Allmeasurements were performed using 11.7mm cylindrical sample cans. The

diffraction calibrants ...

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