Help -- How to obtain rocking curves?


by ErnFrench
Tags: curves, diffraction, obtain, rocking, rocking curves, synchrotron, x-rays
ErnFrench
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Jan24-14, 07:40 AM
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Hello everyone!

I'm happy to have found this forum, I hope you would help me. I need to obtain rocking curves from diffraction spots derived from a 3D X-Rays diffraction test. I've never touched this subject up to now, can somebody give me some suggestions?

Thanks for your collaboration.
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Baluncore
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#2
Feb6-14, 05:48 AM
Thanks
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Try this reference for computation of rocking curves.
http://thesis.library.caltech.edu/31...alDefended.pdf


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