Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 3 Issue 2 July 1981 pp 235-245 Biswas Memorial Symposium On The Chemistry And Physics of Solids, Lattice Imaging
A number of SiC crystals having extremely large period unit cells and one-dimensionally disordered structures have been studied by x-ray diffraction and lattice imaging in the electron microscope. It has been observed that structures of extremely large periodicities (>100 nm) can be conveniently studied by lattice imaging technique which simply give continuous streaks in their x-ray diffraction patterns. This has been shown in the case of 150R, 150RA, 900R and another structure whose
Volume 6 Issue 3 July 1984 pp 459-475
Lattice imaging technique has been used to study an unknown high period polytype structure of SiC. A known structure like 6H has been studied by tilted beam two-dimensional images to determine optimum conditions for deriving structural information. The technique has then been used to determine a new structure (411R and its intergrowth structures), and the lattice imaging technique as a tool for structural investigation has been critically evaluated.
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