Kinematical Effects of PED (Precession Electron Diffraction)
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PED (precession electron diffraction) patterns are less dynamical. Actually, the main advantage of precession electron diffraction (PED) technique is to remove strong dynamical effects from the diffraction patterns and to provide more kinematical data, e.g. remove extra spots induced by dynamical effects. Given a large precession angle, the kinematical forbidden reflections can be identified [1].


[1] J. P. Morniroli, A. Redjaïmia, S. NIcolopoulos, Ultramicroscopy 107 (2007) 514.



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