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We shall see that the amplitude of the fringes is only large enough to be visible in the central part of the pattern. The dominant features of the pattern, in sufficiently thick foils, are described by Z$. iraiz2)is then large. iraiz2)sin(27rarzl) represents a damped sinusoid with a depth period l/ar. This term disappears at the rear surface where z2 = 0. If sin a > 0, the first extremum is a maximum; as a result the first fringe will be bright at the entrance face. For sina < 0, the first fringe will be dark.
We have shown that this applies to the constant term VO iWo, and leads to normal absorption in that case. This procedure can be generalized by replacing also the other Fourier coefficients by complex quantities: V, + V, i W,. -K (I + - 2KJ K*=K l+- 'I2 where we have introduced the absorption lengths, rg,which are related to W, in the same way as t, are related to V,: 1 rg 2meWg h2k -~ - (97) r, >> t,, since Wg << V,. If l/t, becomes complex it is clear that a, [defined in Transmission Electron Microscopy Eq.
We then have a = 0 for z d z l and cy = 27tg-kz for z I < z d t o . (50)] can again be split into two Dislocation Contrasi We adopt the geometry shown in Fig. 23, that is the dislocation line is parallel to the foil plane (x, y ) , with the dislocation lying along the y axis [Ill. We then have 8 = arctg(z/x) and, since R = h ( 8 / 2 x ) , from Eq. h ) arctg (3 - (54) where g. b = n is an integer for a perfect dislocation but a fraction for a partial dislocation. The scattered amplitude is given by - exp [in arctg (x )] dz (55) The integral can be evaluated for different values of n but the results are not Figure 22.