Contribution of Specimen Drift to Diffractograms
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The Thon-ring signal can be damped by envelope functions caused by partial temporal coherence [1,2], partial spatial coherence [2–4], specimen thickness, specimen drift, mechanical vibrations, and the transfer properties of the detector [5 - 8].


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[2] R. H. Wade, J. Frank, Optik 49 (1977) 81.
[3] J. Frank, Optik 38 (1973) 519.
[4] W. O. Saxton, Optik 49 (1977) 51.
[5] A. Thust, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102 (2009) 220801.
[6] J. Frank, Optik 30 (1969) 171.
[7] D. Van Dyck, A. F. de Jong, Ultramicroscopy 47 (1992) 266.
[8] A. F. de Jong, D. Van Dyck, Ultramicroscopy 49 (1993) 66.



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