Approaches to modeling diffuse scattering from molecular crystals: para-terphenyl (C 18 H 14 )
Diffuse scattering is a probe of the local correlations in a crystal, whereas Bragg peaks are descriptive of the average long-range ordering. The long-range average is the result of numerous local configurations the population of which cannot be determined from the Bragg peaks. Diffuse scattering can examine this population. This is particularly the case when making use of the three-dimensional distribution of diffuse scattering from single crystals. However, diffuse scattering is very weak and...[Show more]
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