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B. 7meV w_ o LONGITUOINAL ~~o ". ;;,10 0 • 5f- - • TRANSVERSE r o'} 20 f- " I I 4He o • • [ h,l '" .. 0 Fig. 6. The results of the Debye-Waller factor for bee helium. The results should be taken as a qualitative description. Two oscillations are present in the data. The dashed line is the result expected from conventional theory. The data were taken from Ref. 4. contribution to the total scattering for reasonable scattering vectors for solid helium is as intense as the single-phonon part. The experiments provided abundant evidence to support this observation.
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