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: Methods for numerically evaluating cylindrical absorption corrections which fully utilize radial symmetry to simplify distance calculations are presented. An analysis of the resulting data suggests that the best quality transmission diffraction data will generally be obtained when strongly absorbing samples are diluted by a factor of F = (4/3)R in a maximal radius capillary.
Synopsis: A new method has been developed for calculating pair distribution functions (PDFs) of organic compounds. The approach distinguishes between intra- and intermolecular atom-atom distances and results in an improved fit to the experimental PDF curves.
Synopsis: A detailed design study for the employment of a Laue lens in nuclear medicine is presented. The study facilitates a thorough understanding about how each system parameter affects the efficiency, the resolution and the field of view of the lens. The study has been carried out both analytically and through simulations performed with a custom-made Monte Carlo code.
Synopsis: Multilayer zone plates can be used for holographic imaging without an order-sorting aperture.
Synopsis: An EBSD-based crystallographic technique for determination of angle-axis pairs of misorientation for twinning is developed and applied to rhombohedral twinning in hematite and yielded 85° <> as an alternative symmetry description.
Synopsis: A comparison between an experimental setup and simulations of a spin-echo-modulated small-angle neutron scattering instrument reveals important information on how to obtain the highest contrast by fulfilling the spin-echo condition.
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