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Figure 3
Ewald construction showing the 4%-energy-bandpass experiment (proportions exaggerated to show more detail). The reciprocal lattice points are shown as large dots to indicate that the intensities associated with them have a finite width. For simplicity, the reflections here are assumed to be isotropic and the widths identical for all reflections. The white borders between the Ewald spheres delimited by 1/λmin and 1/λmax and the shaded area correspond to half the reflection width (see main text). Here, four reflections are fully measured (red) and three partially (blue).

Volume 2| Part 3| April 2015| Pages 361-370
ISSN: 2052-2525