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Laue diffraction patterns have been recorded with synchrotron radiation for some very small crystals; in most of them the reflections are elongated radially. The Laue geometry is particularly sensitive to mosaic spread, and a relationship between mosaic spread and Laue spot extension is deduced. It appears that many very small crystals have a large mosaic spread (0.5-1° or more) which is probably the reason why they did not grow bigger.
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