Experimental small-angle X-ray scattering intensities, generated from a primary beam of known intensity profile, are often 'desmeared' to obtain point-collimated intensities. A much simpler way is shown of using the known beam intensity profile to derive, from the experimental scattering intensity, the quantities required for calculation of surface areas.
Goodisman, Jerry; Delaglio, F.; and Brumberger, H., "Analysis Of Slit-Distorted Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering Intensities Without Desmearing" (1986). Chemistry - Faculty Scholarship. 11.
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