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Kaganer, V.M.; Albrecht, M.; Hirnet, A.; Gierer, M.; Moritz, Wolfgang; Jenichen, B.; Ploog, K.H. (2000): Solving the phase problem in surface crystallography: Indirect excitation via a bulk reflection. In: Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Vol. 61, No. 24: R16355-R16358
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We show that the phases of surface reflections can be determined by simultaneously exciting a surface and a bulk reflection at grazing incidence. The interference between the surface reflections excited by the incident and the bulk-diffracted waves has been observed for the Ge(113)-(3 × 1) reconstructed surface.