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X-ray atomic resolution holography is a new method for direct evaluation of three-dimensional electron density distribution in solids. The practical implementation of the multiple-energy technique on a synchrotron radiation source as well as image reconstruction from the experimental data are described. Holograms at several different energies were processed together to suppress twin images and artifacts from long-range-order effects in the experimental data sets. Reconstructed images of copper atoms in Cu2O crystals are presented.
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