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X‐RAY DIFFRACTION TOPOGRAPHY OF VIBRATING QUARTZ CRYSTALS
1.The National Science Foundation Grant NSF G‐18972 provided major support.
2.A. R. Lang, Acta Met. 5, 358 (1957);
2.A. R. Lang, J. Appl. Phys. 30, 1748 (1959).
3.Issac Koga, “Radio Frequency Vibrations of Rectangular AT‐cut Quartz Plates” (to be published in J. Appl. Phys.).
4.The extinction contrast topography interpretation is supported by the following observations: (a) the effect of the vibrational strain is to increase the diffracted intensity, (b) defects cause regions of increased intensity in the topographs, (c) the width oTf the diffracted beam for a wide slit corresponds to the internal beam path shown in Fig. 3 rather than to an anomalous transmission path parallel to the Bragg planes, and (d) the y dependence shown in Fig. 4.
5.G. H. Schwuttke, J. Appl. Phys. 33, 2760 (1962).
6.Norio Kato, Acta Cryst. 13, 349 (1960); interpolation from Fig. 4 of Kato for the applicable here suggests that just such a pattern should be found for the perfect crystal case.
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