Radius of HOLZ Rings
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The radius of the HOLZ rings is given by the interception of the Ewald sphere with the allowed HOLZ spots of the reciprocal lattice. In practice, the radius of the HOLZ ring is a direct measure of the interplanar spacing of the crystal along the direction of the directly transmitted electron beam and can be approximately given by,

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          L -- The camera length,
          λ -- The wavelength of the electron beam,
          H -- The interplanar spacing of the crystal in the specimen.





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