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The areas under the peaks can be used to derive the coordination numbers of the shells of atoms. The structures of amorphous semiconductors are typically determined by neutron, electron, or X‐ray diffraction experiments. Neutrons, having no charge, interact with the nuclei of the atoms, while X‐rays and electrons are sensitive to the electron distribution in amorphous materials. A neutron beam is capable of penetrating well beyond the surface of a sample, to a depth of centimeters in a condensed phase.

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