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Fourier syntheses with a very few properly chosen terms can often represent structures quite well in projection. The use of triple-product relationships is shown to optimize the choice of terms for such a synthesis while minimizing the necessary number of sign combinations. The application of...
Two methods are described for the determination of Fourier coefficients Vh and V2h with a high accuracy. In the first method, the fringe distances are at (1) the first-order Bragg position, (2) the second-order Bragg position and (3) the symmetric position. A measurement for magnesium oxide gave...
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