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The shut courting among experimentalists and theorists – even if strong nation chemists or physicists – has, within the previous couple of years, encouraged a lot learn within the box of fabrics with quasi one-dimensional constructions.
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On the other hand, in the incommensurate case it is hard to go beyond the linearized [74-76] excitations of the solition lattice, and the problem of ID fluctuations is therefore usually treated by a more powerful but physically less transparent transfer matrix method . Without going into the details of these calculations let us quote the results [80-82] which are best expressed in terms ofthe structure factor. For K~o >V8eo/1fV3 and in the ID regime the main superlattice reflection occurs at  (42) with the inverse Lorentzian half-width  (43) This peak could correspond to the one-dimensional sheets observed [30, 31] by X-ray diffuse scattering.
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