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Figure 5
The effect of correcting for dark current in the 10 K data for the (a) 10 µm foil and (b) 50 µm foil. At 10 µm, the largest displacement is near the absorption edge. The largest glitch in the uncorrected data, near to 10.1 keV, disappears after correction for dark current. For 50 µm, correcting for the dark current reveals some consistency in the spectra at high k. It is quite important to monitor the dark current through a spectral data collection.

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