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Spectral transmission of i.r. radiation through the nitrogen-broadened lines of the υ3-fundamental of N2O has been measured at 154°, 202° and 300°K. A value of S0v = 1411±54 cm-2atm-1 at S.T.P. has been obtained for the combined strength of the ν3 and ν21+ν3−ν21 bands using the Wilson-Wells-Penner-Weber method. This value for Sv, the relative intensity calculations of Gray Young, the room-temperature data of Toth for nitrogen-broadened half-widths in the ν1+ν3 and 2ν20+ν3 bands and the T-0.75 variation of line width with temperature proposed by Varanasi and Sarangi are shown to yield excellent agreement between the measured and computed spectral transmittance throughout the band. We describe Ray Ban Toronto Canada a simple formalism to simulate the exit wave function for uniformly disordered systems. The method employed is equivalent to introducing random phases in real space, and allows one to describe the specimen shape, to use physically reasonable potentials as well as an average local atomic correlation. Examples will be Ray Ban Toronto Canada given which demonstrate the suitability of the formalism to the simulation of: HREM images of amorphous material, HREM images of alloys containing short-range order, microdiffraction patterns from homogeneously disordered materials, diffraction patterns from amorphous materials and HREM images of crystalline materials coated with damage layers.