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X‐RAY OBSERVATION OF MOIRÉ PATTERNS WITH SUPERPOSED CdS CRYSTALS
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6.See, for example, H. Hashimoto, M. Mannami, and T. Naiki, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London 253, 490 (1961).
7.The dislocation contrast was dearly observed for the 101̄0 reflection by inclining the incident plane of the x rays to the crystal surface, although it is not clear in Fig. 2(a) where the dislocations are parallel to the incident plane.
8.When the reflecting plane of one of the crystals inclines to that of the other (not rotation around the axis normal to the crystal surface), moire fringes may appear parallel to the reflecting planes. In this case, the inclination must be so large to produce a fringe spacing of about 10 μ that the Bragg peaks for two crystals are expected to separate enough to observe by measurement of rocking curves. However, such two peaks were not observed. Therefore, the observed fringes may be parallel moire patterns. See ref. 6.
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