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Derivation of the

atomic planes and 2nir is the difference in phase between reflections from

successive planes. model which assumes that x-rays are reflected specularly

from the ...

Derivation of the

**Bragg**equation 2d sin 6 = nX; here d is the spacing of parallelatomic planes and 2nir is the difference in phase between reflections from

successive planes. model which assumes that x-rays are reflected specularly

from the ...

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We have seen in the earlier discussions of x-ray and elastic wave propagation in

crystals that

propagation in periodic structures.

waves ...

We have seen in the earlier discussions of x-ray and elastic wave propagation in

crystals that

**Bragg**reflection is an important and characteristic feature of wavepropagation in periodic structures.

**Bragg**reflection occurs also for electronwaves ...

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The energy gap shown is associated with the first

the left : they are standing waves. It is really obvious that the solutions when the

The energy gap shown is associated with the first

**Bragg**reflection at k = ±*/a. tothe left : they are standing waves. It is really obvious that the solutions when the

**Bragg**condition is satisfied cannot be in the form of traveling waves, for a wave ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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