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dislocation imageの例文

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  • So-called weak beam conditions are thus favourable in order to obtain narrow dislocation images.
  • The latter dependence follows a reciprocity law, meaning that dislocations images become narrower inversely as the angular distance grows.
  • Apart from the Darwin width of the reflection, the width of single dislocation images may additionally depend on the Burgers vector of the dislocation, i . e . both its length and its orientation ( relative to the scattering vector ), and, in plane wave topography, on the angular departure from the exact Bragg angle.