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Photon energy becomes the third dimension in crystallographic texture analysis

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Conventional analysis of the preferred orientation of crystallites (crystallographic texture) involves X-ray diffraction with area detectors and 2D data output. True 3D, spatially resolved information requires sample rotation in the beam, thus changing the probed volume, which introduces signal smearing and precludes the scanning of complex structures. This obstacle has been overcome by energy-dispersive Laue diffraction. A method has been devised to reach a large portion of reciprocal space and translate the X-ray photon energy into the missing third dimension of space. Carbon fibers and lobster exoskeleton as examples of biomineralized tissue have been analyzed. The major potential of this method lies in its "one-shot" nature and the direct 3D information requiring no previous knowledge of the sample. It allows the texture of large samples with complex substructures to be scanned and opens up the conceptual possibility of following texture changes in situ, for example, during crystallization.
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biomineralization, crystallographic texture, energy-dispersive Laue diffraction, X-ray diffraction, X-RAY MICRODIFFRACTION, DIFFRACTION TOMOGRAPHY, LAUE DIFFRACTION, ORIENTATION, SCATTERING, PNCCD, CALCITE, FILMS, BONE, WOOD

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Grünewald, Tilman A., et al. “Photon Energy Becomes the Third Dimension in Crystallographic Texture Analysis.” ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, vol. 55, no. 40, 2016, pp. 12190–94.
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Grünewald, T. A., Rennhofer, H., Tack, P., Garrevoet, J., Wermeille, D., Thompson, P., … Lichtenegger, H. C. (2016). Photon energy becomes the third dimension in crystallographic texture analysis. ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 55(40), 12190–12194.
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Grünewald, Tilman A, Harald Rennhofer, Pieter Tack, Jan Garrevoet, Didier Wermeille, Paul Thompson, Wim Bras, Laszlo Vincze, and Helga C Lichtenegger. 2016. “Photon Energy Becomes the Third Dimension in Crystallographic Texture Analysis.” ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION 55 (40): 12190–94.
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Grünewald, Tilman A, Harald Rennhofer, Pieter Tack, Jan Garrevoet, Didier Wermeille, Paul Thompson, Wim Bras, Laszlo Vincze, and Helga C Lichtenegger. 2016. “Photon Energy Becomes the Third Dimension in Crystallographic Texture Analysis.” ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION 55 (40): 12190–12194.
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Grünewald TA, Rennhofer H, Tack P, Garrevoet J, Wermeille D, Thompson P, et al. Photon energy becomes the third dimension in crystallographic texture analysis. ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION. 2016;55(40):12190–4.
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T. A. Grünewald et al., “Photon energy becomes the third dimension in crystallographic texture analysis,” ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, vol. 55, no. 40, pp. 12190–12194, 2016.
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  abstract     = {Conventional analysis of the preferred orientation of crystallites (crystallographic texture) involves X-ray diffraction with area detectors and 2D data output. True 3D, spatially resolved information requires sample rotation in the beam, thus changing the probed volume, which introduces signal smearing and precludes the scanning of complex structures. This obstacle has been overcome by energy-dispersive Laue diffraction. A method has been devised to reach a large portion of reciprocal space and translate the X-ray photon energy into the missing third dimension of space. Carbon fibers and lobster exoskeleton as examples of biomineralized tissue have been analyzed. The major potential of this method lies in its "one-shot" nature and the direct 3D information requiring no previous knowledge of the sample. It allows the texture of large samples with complex substructures to be scanned and opens up the conceptual possibility of following texture changes in situ, for example, during crystallization.},
  author       = {Grünewald, Tilman A and Rennhofer, Harald and Tack, Pieter and Garrevoet, Jan and Wermeille, Didier and Thompson, Paul and Bras, Wim and Vincze, Laszlo and Lichtenegger, Helga C},
  issn         = {1433-7851},
  journal      = {ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION},
  keywords     = {biomineralization,crystallographic texture,energy-dispersive Laue diffraction,X-ray diffraction,X-RAY MICRODIFFRACTION,DIFFRACTION TOMOGRAPHY,LAUE DIFFRACTION,ORIENTATION,SCATTERING,PNCCD,CALCITE,FILMS,BONE,WOOD},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {40},
  pages        = {12190--12194},
  title        = {Photon energy becomes the third dimension in crystallographic texture analysis},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/anie.201603784},
  volume       = {55},
  year         = {2016},
}

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