Laboratory Techniques for Transmission X-Ray Topography

  • J. Chikawa
Part of the Nato Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSB, volume 63)

Abstract

Transmission topography is a powerful tool for surveying defects in crystals, and some useful reviews have been published [1–3] Green [4] and Hartmann [5] provided detailed reviews on direct-viewing techniques of defects which have been developed recently. Therefore it is intended in the present article to describe the author’s own experience of the transmission topography rather than a general review, to avoid overlapping with the above review papers.

Keywords

Modulation Transfer Function Bragg Condition Defect Image Specimen Crystal Divergent Beam 
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