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The feasibility of using a three-dimensional fast Fourier transform as the basis for determining the crystal cell and orientation from a single monochromatic oscillation image of a protein crystal has been investigated. The results of tests, carried out for both simulated and real data-sets, are...
The results of an attempt to use reverse Monte Carlo (RMC) refinement to fit a model structure to the diffuse X-ray and neutron scattering of the complex defect structure of calcium-stabilized cubic zirconia (Ca-CSZ), composition Zr0.85Ca0.15O1.85, are reported. This is the first attempt to use...
An X‐ray diffraction peak‐decomposition procedure using a Pearson type VII function is described and implemented in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to aid a beginning student of X‐ray diffraction.
Many elementary concepts of crystallography can be presented in two dimensions, where they are relatively easy to visualize. A computer simulation program for two‐dimensional crystallography has been developed for use in teaching at an introductory level. The program will generate and display...
An image plate has been used as a detector for high-resolution X-ray diffraction of semiconductor heterostructures. A series of 2 intensity distributions is recorded for different rocking angles for the sample and subsequently transformed to a reciprocal-space map. Maps of symmetric and...
Rocking curves of the reflected and transmitted beams for GaAs 600 in the symmetric Bragg case were measured just below the K‐absorption edge of Ga using X‐rays from synchrotron radiation. Asymmetry and its reversal of the rocking curves for the transmitted beam were observed: the rocking‐curve...
An image plate has been used as a detector for high‐resolution X‐ray diffraction of semiconductor heterostructures. A series of 2θ intensity distributions is recorded for different rocking angles ω for the sample and subsequently transformed to a reciprocal‐space map. Maps of symmetric and...
The authors had published two methods to compute the mean orientation from a cloud of orientations, as the problem practically arises when measuring individual orientations (Humbert, Gey, Muller & Esling (1996). J. Appl. Cryst.29, 662–666). This response recalls and outlines the main differences...
Comments are given about a previous paper (Basson (1997). J. Appl. Cryst.30, 102–106). In particular, some details concerning the construction of the global distribution of disorientation axes in stereographic projection coordinates are discussed.
This note is a response to the comments by Pedersen J. Appl. Cryst. (1998), 31, 488-489 on the paper Correlation Effects in Small-Angle Neutron Scattering from Closely Packed Spheres by Bertram J. Appl. Cryst. (1996), 29, 682-685.
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