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.
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.
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.
Synopsis: A wide field of view X-ray microscope based on grazing incidence diffraction on bent perfect silicon crystal was developed and tested.
Synopsis: A teaching tool for X-ray crystallography using a one dimensional approach.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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