Atomic-Scale Structure of Glasses Using High-Energy X-Ray Diffraction


KNOWLEDGE of the atomic-scale structure is an important prerequisite to understand and control the properties of materials. In the case of crystals, it is obtained solely from the Bragg peaks in their diffraction pattern and is given in terms of a small number of atoms placed in a unit cell subjected to symmetry constraints. However, many materials of… (More)


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