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The theory of moiré fringes on X-ray diffraction topographs of bicrystals is derived from the dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction for the reflection (Bragg) and the transmission (Laue) case. The influence on the moiré fringes of the diffraction geometry, of the geometry of the sample, of its optical properties and of the topographic method is investigated. The perfect-crystal theory is also expanded to weakly deformed bicrystals.
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