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Ultrafast X-ray Diffraction using Synchrotrons and Plasma Sources

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Ultrafast X-ray diffraction yields material-specific information on transient strain in crystals, thin films and multilayers. We highlight ultrafast heat-driven processes in ferroelectric and ferromagnetic oxides.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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