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The contrast of Gjønnes–Moodie (GM) lines which appear in convergent‐beam electron diffraction patterns for non‐symmorphic space‐group crystals is explained using Bloch waves. In the two‐dimensional space groups p2mg and pg the Bloch waves for electron diffraction are described. In both space...
Advances in instrumentation, as well as the development of powerful crystallographic software have significantly facilitated the collection of high‐resolution diffraction data and have made X‐ray powder diffraction (XRPD) particularly useful for the extraction of structural information; this is...
The distinctive features of the physics‐based probes used in understanding the structure of matter focusing on biological sciences, but not exclusively, are described in the modern context. This is set in a wider scope of holistic biology and the scepticism about `reductionism', what is called...
The digital large‐angle convergent‐beam electron diffraction (D‐LACBED) technique is applied to Ca3Mn2O7 for a range of temperatures. Bloch‐wave simulations are used to examine the effects that changes in different parameters have on the intensity in D‐LACBED patterns, and atomic coordinates,...
Equation (16) and some entries in Table 1 in the article by Scardi & Leoni [(2001), Acta Cryst. A57, 604–613] are corrected.
Heterovalent ternary nitrides are considered one of the promising classes of materials for photovoltaics, combining attractive physical properties with low toxicity and element abundance. One of the front‐runner systems under consideration is ZnSnN2. Although it is nominally a ternary compound,...
Binary III–V nitrides such as AlN, GaN and InN in the wurtzite‐type structure have long been considered as potent semiconducting materials because of their optoelectronic properties, amongst others. With rising concerns over the utilization of scarce elements, a replacement of the trivalent...
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