X-Ray-Standing-Wave Atom Location in Heteropolar Crystals and the Problem of Extinction

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X-Ray-Standing-Wave Atom Location in Heteropolar Crystals and the Problem of Extinction

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Title: X-Ray-Standing-Wave Atom Location in Heteropolar Crystals and the Problem of Extinction
Author: Patel, J. R.; Golovchenko, Jene Andrew

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Citation: Patel, J. R., and J. A. Golovchenko. 1983. X-Ray-Standing-Wave Atom Location in Heteropolar Crystals and the Problem of Extinction. Physical Review Letters 50, no. 23: 1858-1861. doi:10.1103/physrevlett.50.1858.
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Abstract: By monitoring the characteristic fluorescent radiation excited by x-ray standing waves we have been able to distinguish the two different kinds of lattice sites in a heteropolar crystal of GaAs. The strong extinction effects that mask the position-dependent fluorescent signal were minimized by adopting a suitable detector geometry.
Published Version: doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.50.1858
Other Sources: http://golovchenko.physics.harvard.edu/XrayStandingWaveAtomLocation.pdf
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