A video tutorial from MoZEES and Institutt For Energiteknikk (IFE). IFE researcher Samson Lai explains the principles of Pair Distribution Functions: While Bragg diffraction is well known for providing average structure information, synchrotron or neutron sources enable wider and better access to local structure information hidden in the scattering signal by calculating the pair distribution function. Highly suitable for studying amorphous materials!
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