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In calcium-stabilised zirconia, although the diffraction pattterns have many similarities, the effect is much less noticeable. A second feature of all the diffraction patterns shown in Fig. 8 is of note. It may be seen that there is a strong asymmetry in the intensity between the high- and low-angle sides of the dark lines. Since the diffraction terms are absent and involves only cosine modulations, this asymmetry must originate from odd-order terms and higher. This asymmetry only occurs when the magnitude of the distortion is sufficiently high for these higher order terms to be important.
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A lattice of regular spacing with the same average spacing as the actual lattice. At the bottom of the figure the shift of the actual lattice relative to the average is indicated by the symbols "-" if the displacement is to the 50 left and "+" if it is to the right. This clearly indicates that near-neighbour cations tend to be shifted in the same direction so that the lattice average is positive, while for rather longer vectors the shifts tend to be of opposite sign so that is negative. Fig. 7c shows how the summation of Fourier terms resulting from these correlations gives a broad diffuse peak resulting from the near-neighbour positive correlations, with a ‘dark line' at the centre resulting from the more distant negative correlations.