Structure Amplitudes and Products as Random Quantities

  • A. I. Kitaigorodskii


Wilson [16, 17] was the first to consider the expediency of considering a structure amplitude as a random quantity, and the possibility of determining a priori its distribution functions. This assertion is true for other structure functions as well, for example, for the structure products. The meaning of such assertions is brought out in the following.


Structure Product Random Quantity Inversion Center Identical Atom Structure Amplitude 
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