1 November 1991 Polarization-state mixing in multiple-beam diffraction and its application to solving the phase problem
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Abstract
Interference among Bragg beams and effects of polarization state mixing in a multibeam diffraction process leads to a new method of determining noncentrosymmetric phases when an elliptically polarized x-ray beam is used. This idea is demonstrated by an experiment on a GaAs single crystal. With a structurally known noncentrosymmetric crystal the same method can be used to measure the degree of a circular polarization.
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Qun Shen, "Polarization-state mixing in multiple-beam diffraction and its application to solving the phase problem", Proc. SPIE 1550, X Rays in Materials Analysis II: Novel Applications and Recent Developments, (1 November 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.49464; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.49464
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