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A graphical and analytical method is described for the analysis of intensity measurements of Bragg reflections with a counter instrument using equatorial-plane geometry. The method facilitates visualization and calculation of the ways in which measurements depend on all the various experimental...
A complex stacking-fault structure was revealed in a flux-grown BeO crystal, with X-ray topographic images as well as characteristic interference fringes around the stacking-fault image. Coplanar with the stacking fault are a number of dislocations of various (unidentified) Burgers vectors, all...
A method is presented for the indexing of satellite diffraction peaks which arise in neutron powder diffraction patterns of spiral spin antiferromagnets with general propagation vectors. It has been successfully used to determine the propagation vector in Cu1/2Ga1/2Cr2S4 and also to confirm the...
A two-dimensional position-sensing detector for thermal neutrons was developed to improve the data collection in single-crystal neutron diffraction experiments, small-angle diffraction patterns from fibers and membranes, inelastic scattering measurements using the multiangle reflection crystal...
Systematic deviations from Porod's law have often to be studied in angular regions in which the infinite‐slit approximation is no longer valid. It is shown that this is not a serious limitation as long as the lower limit of the validity of Porod's law is smaller than a certain dimension of the...
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