forthcoming articles in Journal of Applied Crystallography

The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Journal of Applied Crystallography.

See also Forthcoming articles in all IUCr journals.


Accepted 22 April 2015

In-situ Observation System of Three-Dimensional Structural Changes in Polymer Films during Uniaxial Deformation

T. Miyazaki, K. Shimokita, H. Ogawa and K. Yamamoto

Synopsis: This paper proposes the conventional three-dimensional structural evaluation system for a film during uniaxial deformation. The two-dimensional patterns of small angle X-ray scattering and wide angle X-ray diffraction in the so-called edge and the end views and stress-strain data can be obtained during film stretching by this system.


Accepted 19 April 2015

CRISTALES: A world to discover. An exhibition for Schools and Universities

J. M. Garcia-Ruiz, F. Otalora, C. Verdugo-Escamilla and A. Garcia-Caballero

Synopsis: CRISTALES: A world to discover is a teaching/outreach exhibition for Schools and Universities offering a groundbreaking view of crystallography and its main contributions to society.


Accepted 16 April 2015

Large field of view X-ray microscopy with asymmetric bent crystals and laboratory source

C. Cusatis

Synopsis: A wide field of view X-ray microscope based on grazing incidence diffraction on bent perfect silicon crystal was developed and tested.


Accepted 9 April 2015

Why crystal structure analysis works - a one dimensional crystallography teaching tool

A. A. Pinkerton

Synopsis: A teaching tool for X-ray crystallography using a one dimensional approach.


Accepted 8 April 2015

SCT: A Suite of Programs for Comparing Atomistic Models to Small Angle Scattering Data

D. W. Wright and S. J. Perkins

Synopsis: The SCT suite of tools for the atomistic modelling of X-ray and neutron scattering curves has resulted in 77 macromolecular structures to date. SCT is now made publicly available as open source, alongside an easier-to-use reimplementation of the same algorithms in Python.


Accepted 7 April 2015

Ab initio simulation of diffractometer instrumental function for HRXRD

Mikhalychev, Benediktovitch, Ulyanenkova and Ulyanenkov

Synopsis: A method for the simulation of diffractometer instrumental function for high-resolution X-ray diffraction, applicable for coplanar and noncoplanar measurement geometry and for any combination of X-ray optical elements, is proposed. A good agreement between the measured and the simulated reciprocal-space maps, which accounts the instrumental function, is demonstrated.


Accepted 2 April 2015

Influence of doping on crystal growth, structure and optical properties of nanocrystalline CaTiO3: A case study using SANS

O. Mondal, M. Pal, R. Singh, D. Sen, S. Mazumder and M. Pal

Synopsis: This article presents the detailed micro/mesoscopic structural analysis using small-angle neutron scattering and X-ray diffraction technique along with optical properties of the doped Calcium titanate nanoparticles.


Accepted 30 March 2015

Hydrogen-bonded supramolecular architecture in nonlinear optical active ammonium 2,4-di­nitrophenolate hydrate

A. A. Prasad and S. P. Meenakshisundaram


Accepted 26 March 2015

A step towards long-wavelength protein crystallography: subjecting protein crystals to a vacuum

S. Panjikar, L. Thomsen, K. M. O'Donnell and A. Riboldi-Tunnicliiffe

Synopsis: Protein crystals have been subjected to a vacuum pressure of 10-5 mbar prior to flash cooling, and data acquired at either 7 or 13 keV.


Accepted 26 March 2015

Monochromatic computed microtomography using laboratory and synchrotron sources and X-ray fluorescence analysis for comprehensive analysis of structural changes in bones

A. Buzmakov, M. Chukalina, D. Nikolaev, V. Gulimova, S. Saveliev, E. Tereschenko, A. Seregin, R. Senin, D. Zolotov, V. Prun, G. Shaefer and V. Asadchikov

Synopsis: Structural changes in vertebrate bone tissues caused by bone growth or by weightlessness were studied using a combination of X-ray tomography at different wavelengths and X-ray fluorescence analysis are presented.


Accepted 22 March 2015

Error analysis of the crystal orientations and misorientations obtained by the classical electron backscatter diffraction technique

Ram, Zaefferer, Jäpel and Raabe

Synopsis: The fidelity of the crystal orientations and disorientations obtained by the classical two-dimensional Hough-transform-based EBSD method is investigated. AUTHOR MISorientations is used in title but not anywhere in text. Is this correct?


Accepted 19 March 2015

Rotation contour contrast reconstruction using electron backscatter diffraction in a scanning electron microscope

S. Kaboli, H. Demers, N. Brodusch and R. Gauvin




































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