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1# GSAS-II powder instrument template file
2
3data_Instrument_Template
4#==============================================================================
5# 9. INSTRUMENT CHARACTERIZATION
6
7_exptl_special_details
8; ?
9;
10
11# if regions of the data are excluded, the reason(s) are supplied here:
12_pd_proc_info_excluded_regions
13; ?
14;
15
16# The following item is used to identify the equipment used to record
17# the powder pattern when the diffractogram was measured at a laboratory
18# other than the authors' home institution, e.g. when neutron or synchrotron
19# radiation is used.
20
21_pd_instr_location
22; ?
23;
24_pd_calibration_special_details           # description of the method used
25                                          # to calibrate the instrument
26; ?
27;
28
29_diffrn_ambient_temperature       ?       
30_diffrn_source                    ?       
31_diffrn_source_target             ?
32_diffrn_source_type               ?
33_diffrn_measurement_device_type   ?       
34_diffrn_detector                  ?       
35_diffrn_detector_type             ?       # make or model of detector
36
37_pd_meas_scan_method              ?       # options are 'step', 'cont',
38                                          # 'tof', 'fixed' or
39                                          # 'disp' (= dispersive)
40_pd_meas_special_details
41;  ?
42;
43
44# The following two items identify the program(s) used (if appropriate).
45_computing_data_collection        ?       
46_computing_data_reduction         ?                   
47
48# Describe any processing performed on the data, prior to refinement.
49# For example: a manual Lp correction or a precomputed absorption correction
50_pd_proc_info_data_reduction      ?
51
52# The following item is used for angular dispersive measurements only.
53
54_diffrn_radiation_monochromator   ?       
55
56# The following items are used to define the size of the instrument.
57# Not all distances are appropriate for all instrument types.
58
59_pd_instr_dist_src/mono           ?
60_pd_instr_dist_mono/spec          ?
61_pd_instr_dist_src/spec           ?
62_pd_instr_dist_spec/anal          ?
63_pd_instr_dist_anal/detc          ?
64_pd_instr_dist_spec/detc          ?
65
66# 10. Specimen size and mounting information
67
68# The next three fields give the specimen dimensions in mm.  The equatorial
69# plane contains the incident and diffracted beam.
70
71_pd_spec_size_axial               ?       # perpendicular to
72                                          # equatorial plane
73
74_pd_spec_size_equat               ?       # parallel to
75                                          # scattering vector
76                                          # in transmission
77
78_pd_spec_size_thick               ?       # parallel to
79                                          # scattering vector
80                                          # in reflection
81
82_pd_spec_mounting                         # This field should be
83                                          # used to give details of the
84                                          # container.
85; ?
86;
87
88_pd_spec_mount_mode               ?       # options are 'reflection'
89                                          # or 'transmission'
90   
91_pd_spec_shape                    ?       # options are 'cylinder'
92                                          # 'flat_sheet' or 'irregular'
93
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