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Methods for determination of crystal lattice's homogeneity
I know of X-Ray diffraction, which produces a pattern corresponding to the inverse Fourier Transform of the lattice (reciprocal lattice). While this method is widely employed, it provides more ...
Aug 6 '13 at 21:03
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