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32(a). (e) and (f) describe the equivalent situations at the specimen which is represented by the disc. 32(g), (h) respectively. Only the former is consistent with the experimental result. It is important to realise that, if a particular analysis requires the removal of the 180° ambiguity, only the Ryder and Pitsch (1968), the von Heimendahl et al. (1964), or the known tilt Kikuchi map analysis are applicable. 3 contain the 180° ambiguity. 1. 32(a) and (b), relative to a different unit triangle in the stereogram.

40(a), (b). c. • • . . ·- • . - • 2o2o • 2020 (d) 3030 •zo21 2020 1010 0001 -1010 0000 ToTo I - 2021 1011 vanont IOOOI)w II I! TI0)13 T2To 1011 • • 1011 ooo1 • . 2 • 2021 vonant 2 axis would be satisfactory. If more than four variants occur then the pole of each variant should be moved to the centres of both stereograms and the situation is more complex . If the orientation relationship is not exact, uncertainties about the visibilities and exact positions of spots arise and direct computation of the patterns is the best approach.

1. The accuracy of orientation Practical Electron Microscopy 40 relatiOnships determmed by this method is "' 1o provided B almost exactly parallel to zone axes are used (equalise of diffracted spot intensity). , 1966). 1, are common when B is almost exactly parallel to low-index zone axes, and introduce a complicating factor. 58(a) which has been taken from an Ni-Ti-C alloy containing fine precipitates of TiC. 57(c), showing the {111} fundamental spots. 1, reproducing the symmetry of the basic [100] matrix pattern around each matrix spot.

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