## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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ergy, for photons,

for crystal studies we require photon energies in the 10 to 50 keV range. X-rays ...

ergy, for photons,

**neutrons**, and electrons. 1 1.0 0.5 0.1 5 10 Photon energy, keV**Neutron**energy, 0.01 eV Electron energy, 100 eV 50 100 We see from Fig. 1 thatfor crystal studies we require photon energies in the 10 to 50 keV range. X-rays ...

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INELASTIC SCATTERING OF

crystal lattice chiefly by interaction with the nuclei of the atoms. The kinematics of

the scattering of a

...

INELASTIC SCATTERING OF

**NEUTRONS**BY PHONONS A**neutron**sees thecrystal lattice chiefly by interaction with the nuclei of the atoms. The kinematics of

the scattering of a

**neutron**beam by a crystal lattice are described by the general...

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Charles Kittel. 800 600 --4O0 200 30° 50° 60° Scattering angle Figure 12

for a body-centered cubic structure: the sum of the reflection indices is an even

integer.

Charles Kittel. 800 600 --4O0 200 30° 50° 60° Scattering angle Figure 12

**Neutron**diffraction pattern for iron. The observed reflections satisfy the index rulefor a body-centered cubic structure: the sum of the reflection indices is an even

integer.

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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