The Peculiarities of Diffraction by Non-chiral Nanotubes

Oleg Figovsky1, Dmitry Pashin2, Ilgiz Nasyrov2, Zufar Khalitov2 and Diana Valeeva2
Affiliation: 
1 International Nanotechnology Research Center “Polymate”, Migdal Haemek 23100, Israel 2 Kazan State Technical University, 10, K.Marx St., Kazan, Tatarstan 420111, Russia pashin@addnano.ru
DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.23939/chcht06.01.043
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Abstract: 
The quantitative theory of diffraction by azimuthally ordered circular nanotubes of any chemical composition is offered. The pseudoorthogonality effect, earlier found out experimentally, is considered. The obtained results are compared with X-ray diffraction patterns of oriented preparations of chrysotile nanotubes.
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