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4. In purchasing a generator for topography the source dimensions and particularly the power per unit length of line (P/H) are most important. A survey conducted in 1969 showed that P/H varied with cost as 1 a a a a 2 P/H cc ( o s t ) C 5 / 4 . 15) Many workers have devoted considerable effort towards reducing exposure times and also eliminating the high precision moving parts encountered in the Lang camera. Probably the only significant improvement in speed without loss of resolution is the curved crystal technique of Wallace and Ward (1975).
While the former trouble can be eliminated by the use of wellconstructed lead shielding, the latter represents the greatest fault of the transmission Berg-Barrett method. This disadvantage is offset by the low sensitivity to orientation contrast, valuable when examining bent crystals, and the simplicity of the apparatus. The scattered radiation leads to a loss in contrast which is particularly bad on the dynamical image but leads to no appreciable loss of resolution in the direct image which is comparable to the resolution of Lang's method.
Precise position is achievable, necessary for the technique of limited projection topography (Lang 1963). The technique was originally devised for use in studies on natural diamonds where it was impossible to remove the strained surface layer resulting from mechanical damage. Usually, it is possible to remove such damage by chemical or electrochemical etching, but in the particular case of gemstones the owners often require them for other purposes. When damage is not removed, the contrast from it obscures any weaker images from the interior defects.