Sep 19 – 22, 2022
Paul Scherer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland
Europe/Zurich timezone

Polarized diffraction and spectroscopy data reduction in Mantid

Sep 20, 2022, 6:26 PM
WHGA/Auditorium and online (Paul Scherer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland)

WHGA/Auditorium and online

Paul Scherer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland

Paul Scherrer Institute Forschungsstrasse 111 CH-5232-Villigen-PSI
Poster NOBUGS 2022


Dominik Arominski (Institut Laue-Langevin)


Polarized neutrons experiments are the only technique allowing to
analyze individual contributions from nuclear-coherent, incoherent,
and magnetic components of neutron scattering cross-section necessary
to study, among others, properties of paramagnetic materials. This
work presents all stages of data reduction implemented in Mantid for
Institut Laue-Langevin's (ILL) D7 instrument, starting from wavelength
and position calibration to the final cross-sections in absolute
units. The new reduction workflow supports monochromatic and
single-crystal diffraction, as well as time-of-flight measurements,
using Z-only, 6-point, or 10-point component-separation methods. All
results are benchmarked against legacy ILL software.

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Primary author

Dominik Arominski (Institut Laue-Langevin)


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