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GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE FACTOR The Laue and Bragg equations

determine the reflections ( hkl ) which are possible for a

the relative intensities of the various reflections depend on the contents of the unit

cell ...

GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE FACTOR The Laue and Bragg equations

determine the reflections ( hkl ) which are possible for a

**given**crystal lattice , butthe relative intensities of the various reflections depend on the contents of the unit

cell ...

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Another solution is

edge , with the particle motion in the x direction : u = Upei ( wt - ky ) , which gives ,

on substitution in ( 4 . 25 ) , - w po = - k % C44 , so that ( 4 . 27 ) v = ( C44 / 00 ) ...

Another solution is

**given**by a transverse or shear wave moving along the y cubeedge , with the particle motion in the x direction : u = Upei ( wt - ky ) , which gives ,

on substitution in ( 4 . 25 ) , - w po = - k % C44 , so that ( 4 . 27 ) v = ( C44 / 00 ) ...

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This relation predicts that at a

intensity to the power 1 . The exponents observed are usually between 0 . 5 and

1 . 0 , with some crystals having higher exponents . If the light is switched off ...

This relation predicts that at a

**given**voltage the photocurrent will vary as the lightintensity to the power 1 . The exponents observed are usually between 0 . 5 and

1 . 0 , with some crystals having higher exponents . If the light is switched off ...

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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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