NPSD]([epsilon]) is modelled as a Gaussian function with a FWHM
The intrinsically narrow instrumental contribution of BM16 to the FWHM
allowed the particles' growth to be followed to a grain size of about 500 nm, whereas for a laboratory instrument the limit is 100 nm.
0 eV FWHM
for the FeL[alpha] peak consistent with the 3.
if 2M + 1 is chosen to be close to the fwhm
of a peak and 2N covers roughly the same number of channels, then the filter will remove any background that is linear over the range of the top hat and will emphasise peaks.
4 percent based on a 40-pulse window, a narrowed FWHM
bandwidth of 0.
The identity of the nuclide was displayed in a panel below along with the quantity present and a collection of statistical data such as minimal detectable activity, standard deviations and peak FWHM
(full width half maximum).
where [phi] is the angle between the crystallographic axis and the fiber axis, I([phi]) is the azimuthal intensity distribution of the crystalline peaks, and [DELTA][phi] is FWHM
of the I - [phi]) plot.
Beam divergence is <36 degrees by <10 degrees, FWHM
values for the different shapes of Guangdong objects are: disc (0.
The approach adopted to overcome potential problems resulting from scanner differences included quantitative comparison of temporal signal-to-noise-ratio (tSNR) maps, a smoothing step of 8 mm FWHM
during pre-processing, and inclusion of country (Netherlands/United States) as a covariate in fMRI data analysis.
Table 2 summarizes the FWHM
values of Raman D and G bands and the peak intensity ratio [I.
Full MS spectra were acquired in the Orbitrap analyzer (Thermo Fisher Scientific) at a resolution of 60 000 FWHM
(full width at half maximum) at m/z 400.