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Figure 2
Separation of bright Bragg spots in the angular intensity profile. (a) The {111} Bragg ring intensity of a single snapshot exposure i. Highlighted in green are the brightest intensities. (b) The same as (a), but the bright Bragg spots are removed, leaving behind the moderate intensity, which forms a relatively noisy signal. The angular gaps in (a) and (b) represent gaps between the detector pixel panels. The variation in counts periodic in π is due to beam polarization. Other non-uniformities occur in the analysis, including detector shadows (Fig. S4 in the supporting information). We correlate the bright and moderate intensities separately (the results are shown in Fig. 3[link]).

Volume 3| Part 6| November 2016| Pages 420-429
ISSN: 2052-2525