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X-ray free electron lasers are used in measuring diffraction patterns from nanocrystals in the 'diffract-before-destroy' mode by outrunning radiation damage. The finite-sized nanocrystals provide an opportunity to recover intensity between

X-ray free electron lasers are used in measuring diffraction patterns from nanocrystals in the 'diffract-before-destroy' mode by outrunning radiation damage. The finite-sized nanocrystals provide an opportunity to recover intensity between Bragg spots by removing the modulating function that depends on crystal shape, i.e. the transform of the crystal shape. This shape-transform dividing-out scheme for solving the phase problem has been tested using simulated examples with cubic crystals.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1107/S2052252513025530
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    Liu, Haiguang, Zatsepin, Nadia A., & Spence, John C. H. (2014). Ab-initio phasing using nanocrystal shape transforms with incomplete unit cells. IUCRJ, 1, 19-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/S2052252513025530

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