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54) are adequate in general for computations of scattering of fast electrons in strained crystals, there are situ ations (involving strains which are very small, or very slowly varying or localised within a small region) when a simpler physical picture can be given in terms of the behaviour of Bloch waves in the imperfect crystal. Instead of expressing the wave function ψ(τ) as a sum of plane waves with spatially varying amplitudes (eq. (/) with wave vectors k ^ (which will be complex in the presence of absorption) THEORY OF HIGH ENERGY ELECTRON DIFFRACTION 489 Fig.
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