The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Acta Crystallographica Section A: Foundations of Crystallography.
See also Forthcoming articles in all IUCr journals.
Synopsis: An analytical expression for the magnetic pair distribution function is derived. Examples and discussion of its utility for investigating magnetic structure are provided.
Synopsis: The Brillouin-zone database of the Bilbao Crystallographic Server (www.cryst.ehu.es) is presented. Recent improvements and modifications of the database are discussed and illustrated by several examples.Authors: figures and tables have been renumbered. Please check they are cited correctly.
Synopsis: Darwin's dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction has been developed for lateral crystalline structures having rectangular cross section. This approach allows one to calculate rocking curves as well as reciprocal-space maps.
Synopsis: The effect of merohedric twinning on the reflection conditions and the symmetry of the diffraction pattern is analysed systematically and criteria to confirm or exclude the presence of twinning are presented.Authors: please check bold in tables is correctly applied
Synopsis: A comprehensive analysis of various properties derived from multiple high-resolution X-ray diffraction experiments is reported. The study indicates the precision and reliability of the analysed quantities and their usefulness in charge-density studies of organic molecules.
Synopsis: Group-theoretical methods of the Landau theory of phase transitions are used to investigate the structures of ordered spinels. All types of ordered spinels are established.
Synopsis: Based on benchmark synchrotron powder X-ray diffraction data, the subtleties in the electron density of diamond are explored. A contraction of the core density inherently linked to covalent bond formation is experimentally observed.
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