## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 4 |

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Diffraction Line

parameters of polycrystalline films using ... However, while the particle size line

...

Diffraction Line

**Peak**Shift Analyses The general methods for determining latticeparameters of polycrystalline films using ... However, while the particle size line

**broadening**is the same for different orders of the same reflection, the nonuniform...

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Three methods are most commonly used for making the line

; variance, integral breadth, and ... B of a diffraction line is the ratio of the area

under the line (above background) divided by the

angle ...

Three methods are most commonly used for making the line

**broadening**analysis; variance, integral breadth, and ... B of a diffraction line is the ratio of the area

under the line (above background) divided by the

**peak**intensity at the Braggangle ...

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... has shown that: Thus by determining Da from the diffraction line

and Dt from the line asymmetries, one can obtain the true crystallite size from Eq.

(19) using the effective particle size obtained from the line

.

... has shown that: Thus by determining Da from the diffraction line

**peak**shiftsand Dt from the line asymmetries, one can obtain the true crystallite size from Eq.

(19) using the effective particle size obtained from the line

**broadening**analysis. 4.

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### Contents

Microstructural Characterization of Thin Films | 2 |

Fundamental Concepts of Diffraction | 4 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

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