Nanoscale order in molecular systems from single crystal diffuse scattering
Diffuse scattering - the coherently scattered intensity that is not localised on the reciprocal lattice - contains a wealth of information about the local order (order on the nanoscale) in crystalline materials. Since molecules and atoms will respond most strongly to their local chemical environments, it is a valuable tool in understanding how structure leads to properties. However, at present its collection and analysis are relatively specialised. Monte Carlo (MC) computer simulation of a...[Show more]
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