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Observation of an x‐ray shuttering mechanism utilizing acoustic interruption of the Borrmann effect
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4.X‐ray acousto‐optic effects which enhance x‐ray diffraction have been observed in the Bragg geometry and in the Laue geometry with thin crystals (absorption coefficient 1).
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5.The theoretical calculation of effective absorption is given in Ref. 2 starting on p. 695. An experimental determination of the absolute transmission factor was not made in the present study.
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