The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Journal of Applied Crystallography.
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Synopsis: A general theory for elastic scattering from laterally heterogeneous vesicles is presented. The analytical form factor for static round domains provides a new and important tool for the quantitative analysis of neutron scattering data from phase-separated vesicles.
Synopsis: Small-angle X-ray scattering is used to determine the shape and periodicity of nanostructures patterned with industrially relevant fabrication techniques.
Synopsis: On the basis of the continuum theory of micromagnetics, the properties of the correlation function of the spin-misalignment small-angle neutron scattering cross section of bulk ferromagnets are computed and discussed.
Synopsis: A procedure is investigated for calculating single-crystal X-ray thermal diffuse scattering features using a molecular dynamics simulation. The results are compared with experimental observations and the results from previous Monte Carlo simulations.
Synopsis: The mosaic crystal highly annealed pyrolytic graphite (HAPG) has been characterized with respect to its diffraction properties using monochromated synchrotron radiation.
Synopsis: A new approach is presented for an in situ investigation of the microstructures of polycrystalline samples undergoing phase transitions at Earth's mantle pressure and temperature. Diffraction experiments are carried out using synchrotron radiation combined with a resistively heated diamond anvil cell up to 25 GPa and 1000 K. Multi-grain analysis is used to follow phase proportions and grain size distributions, and to track individually hundreds of grains in the transforming sample. As an illustration, results are presented of the evolution of microstructure during the - transition in hydrous Mg2SiO4·H2O up to 22 GPa and 940 K.
Synopsis: Thermal expansion tensors and their temperature dependence are derived for a set of 13 energetic materials.
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