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It has been suggested that the extended intensity profiles surrounding Bragg reflections that arise when a series of finite crystals of varying size and shape are illuminated by the intense,

It has been suggested that the extended intensity profiles surrounding Bragg reflections that arise when a series of finite crystals of varying size and shape are illuminated by the intense, coherent illumination of an x-ray free-electron laser may enable the crystal’s unit-cell electron density to be obtained ab initio via well-established iterative phasing algorithms.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1103/PhysRevX.5.011015
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    Kirian, Richard A., Bean, Richard J., Beyerlein, Kenneth R., Barthelmess, Miriam, Yoon, Chun Hong, Wang, Fenglin, Capotondi, Flavio, Pedersoli, Emanuele, Barty, Anton, & Chapman, Henry N. (2015). Direct Phasing of Finite Crystals Illuminated with a Free-Electron Laser. PHYSICAL REVIEW X, 5, 011015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevX.5.011015

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