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The following shows the correction to Figure 8 that appeared on page
103 of Microscopy and Microanalysis, 10:1, February 2004, in the
article by Own et al. The three sections of Figure 8 were previously
labeled as a, c, and c. The corrected figure below has the sections correctly
labeled as a, b, and c.
The Editor and Cambridge University Press regret the inconvenience that
this inadvertent error may have caused.
Kinematical and two-beam calculations have been conducted and are
compared to experimental precession data for the large unit cell
crystal La4Cu3MoO12. Precession
electron diffraction intensities are found to exhibit approximate
two-beam behavior and demonstrate clear advantages over conventional
SADP intensities for use in structure solution.