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Comparison of rocking scans measured using λ = 1.93 nm (ω = 16°, filled circles) and λ = 130 nm (ω = 120°, open squares) radiation. Intensity values refer to the specular peak. Side peaks at 4.38 μm−1 correspond to an order parameter p of 1435 nm.
Temperature dependence of the Bragg peak intensity in a thermal cycle from 50 °C to 12 °C and back. Sample and detector angles are θ = 63.2° and ω = 120°, respectively. The circle indicates the working temperature for time-dependent measurements (34 °C upon cooling).
Calculated average width of β-phase stripes as a function of the Bragg peak intensity. According to the cooling cycle of Fig. 2, the continuous curve (dominating β phase) corresponds to the 50 °C to 32 °C temperature region.
(a) Diffraction peak intensity as a function of the probe-to-pump delay. The continuous line is an exponential decay fit to the data, for t > 0. (b) Same data as in (a), showing the equivalent average width of β-stripes calculated according to the top curve of Fig. 3.
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