Electron Diffraction Intensities

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UNDER this title, Fordham1 has discussed the intensity anomalies observed by us in the electron diffraction pattern of zinc oxide. Fordham believes that “variations in extinction due to irregular crystal shape or to anisotropy will explain at least qualitatively many of the observed differences between calculated and observed electron diffraction intensities”.

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LARK–HOROVITZ, K., YEARIAN, H. Electron Diffraction Intensities. Nature 148, 287–288 (1941). https://doi.org/10.1038/148287a0

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