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36). The actual analysis is similar to that for a parallel beam, and in the limit of very small beam divergence the two treatments become identical. This model is useful for a beam with cylindrical symmetry and with relatively little divergence. Another scattering geometry for which Eq. ” In addition, several other valid approximations involving the dimensions of the scattering region enables the integration over the scattering volume and over the distribution of initial ray directions to be transferred to an integration along the detector where the intensity distribution i(r,O,q) is known.
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Advances in Chemical Physics: Molecular Beams, Volume 10 by John, editor Ross