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International Tables for Crystallography (2006). Vol. C, ch. 7.3, p. 651

Table 7.3.5.1 

P. Converta and P. Chieuxa

aInstitut Laue–Langevin, Avenue des Martyrs, BP 156X, F-38042 Grenoble CEDEX, France

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Characteristics of some PSDs

1D = one dimensional; 2D = two dimensional; F/ = flat; C/ = 1D curved; X = single crystal.

 GasGasScintillation
Resistance encodingMulti-electrode Anger camera
1D2D1D 2D1D2D
Location F/ MURR (USA) F/ ORNL (USA) F/ ILL (France) F/ ILL (France) F/ Jülich (FRG) F/ ANL (USA)
    C/ CENG (France) C/ ILL (France)    
Instrument reference Powder (1) SANS (2) F/ Liquids (3) F/ SANS (3,5) Powder (6) X (7)
C/ Powder (4) C/ X (3)    
Detection area  (mm) l = 610 (Ø = 25.4) 650 × 650 F/ l = 162.5 (h = 70) F/ 640 × 640 l = 744 (h = 20) 300 × 300
C/ l = 2096 C/ 1300 × 80    
or 80° (h = 70) or 64° × 4°    
Cell size or pixel (mm)   10 × 10 F/ 2.54 F/ 5 × 5 0.7 0.3 × 0.3
C/ 2.62 C/ 2.54 × 5    
or 0.1°      
Resolution  (mm) 2.5 10 × 10 F/ 3.2 F/ 5 × 5 2.5 2.7 × 2.7
C/ 2.6 C/ 3 × 6.6    
Efficiency  (%) 70 (1.3 Å) 90 (4.75 Å) F/ 90 (0.7 Å) F/ 75 (11 Å) 70 (1.2 Å) 80 (1.8 Å)
C/ 52 (2.5 Å) C/ 85 (1.5 Å)    

MURR: Missouri University Research Reactor, Columbia, Missouri, USA; ORNL: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA; ILL: Institut Laue–Langevin, Grenoble, France; ANL: Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, USA; CENG: Centre d'Etudes Nucléaires de Grenoble, Grenoble, France.
References: (1) Berliner, Mildner, Sudol & Taub (1983)[link]; (2) Abele, Allin, Clay, Fowler & Kopp (1981)[link]; (3) Institut Laue–Langevin (1988)[link]; (4) Roudaut (1983)[link]; (5) Ibel (1976).[link]; (6) Schaefer, Naday & Will (1983)[link]; (7) Strauss, Brenner, Chou, Schultz & Roche (1983)[link].