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COINCIDENCE TWIST BOUNDARIES BETWEEN CRYSTALS OF MgO SMOKE
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7.Although we have emphasized the presence of three observed angles of twist and their relationship to the coincidence model, it is to be noted that other twist angles at which boundaries were observed (Fig. 3) also correspond to angles predicted by the coincidence model. Coincidence boundaries are predicted at 8.17°, 8.80°, 11.44°, 12.68°, and 18.98°. The densities of coincidence sites in these boundaries are and .
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