, Volume 71, Issue 4, pp 705–711

Corelli: Efficient single crystal diffraction with elastic discrimination


    • Materials Science DivisionArgonne National Laboratory
  • Raymond Osborn
    • Materials Science DivisionArgonne National Laboratory

DOI: 10.1007/s12043-008-0259-x

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Rosenkranz, S. & Osborn, R. Pramana - J Phys (2008) 71: 705. doi:10.1007/s12043-008-0259-x


Single crystal diffuse scattering provides one of the most powerful probes of short-range correlations on the 1–100 nm scale, which often are responsible for the extreme field response of many emerging phenomena of great interest. Accurate modeling of such complex disorder from diffuse scattering data however puts stringent experimental demands, requiring measurements over large volumes of reciprocal space with sufficient momentum and energy resolution. Here, we discuss the potential of the cross-correlation technique for efficient measurement of single crystal diffuse scattering with energy discrimination, as will be implemented in a novel instrument, Corelli. Utilizing full experiment simulations, we show that this technique readily leads up to a fifty-fold gain in efficiency, as compared to traditional methods, for measuring single crystal diffuse scattering over volumes of reciprocal space with elastic discrimination.


Neutron diffractiondiffuse scatteringelastic discrimination


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