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E с b a 2-5 Primitive and nonprimitive cells . In any point lattice a

chosen in an infinite number of ways and may contain one or more lattice points

per cell . It is important to note that

E с b a 2-5 Primitive and nonprimitive cells . In any point lattice a

**unit cell**may bechosen in an infinite number of ways and may contain one or more lattice points

per cell . It is important to note that

**unit cells**do not " exist ” as such in a lattice ...Page 117

This equation may be written more compactly as N Fhkl Ejneri ( hun + kvm + lwm

) ( 4-11 ) 1 the summation extending over all the atoms of the

general , a complex number , and it expresses both the amplitude and phase of ...

This equation may be written more compactly as N Fhkl Ejneri ( hun + kvm + lwm

) ( 4-11 ) 1 the summation extending over all the atoms of the

**unit cell**. F is , ingeneral , a complex number , and it expresses both the amplitude and phase of ...

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the shape and size of the

because the number of atoms must be known before their positions can be

determined . To find this number we use the fact that the volume of the

calculated ...

the shape and size of the

**unit cell**is to find the number of atoms in that cell ,because the number of atoms must be known before their positions can be

determined . To find this number we use the fact that the volume of the

**unit cell**,calculated ...

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### Contents

PROPERTIES OF XRAYS | 1 |

THE GEOMETRY OF CRYSTALS | 29 |

THE DIRECTIONS OF DIFFRACTED BEAMS | 78 |

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Elements of X-ray Diffraction Bernard Dennis Cullity,Stuart R. Stock,Stuart R.. Stock Snippet view - 2001 |

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