## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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... In order to explore the structure of crystals we require waves which interact with

atoms and which have a

crystals ; that is , we require a

... In order to explore the structure of crystals we require waves which interact with

atoms and which have a

**wavelength**comparable with the interatomic spacing incrystals ; that is , we require a

**wavelength**of the order of 1 A ( = 10 - 8 cm ) .Page 22

00 A . The

reflection from ( 100 ) planes 0 = sin - ( 1 . 54 / 8 . 00 ) = 11 . 1° . As the

angles must be ...

00 A . The

**wavelength**of the CuKai line is 1 . 540 A . In the first order ( n = 1 )reflection from ( 100 ) planes 0 = sin - ( 1 . 54 / 8 . 00 ) = 11 . 1° . As the

**wavelength**is decreased , the angle is decreased : for gamma - rays glancingangles must be ...

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maximum is close to the

maximum is close to the

**wavelength**for which the absorption is a maximum . The**wavelength**at maximum reflection is known as the residual ray or Reststrahl**wavelength**, and the selective reflection has been employed experimentally to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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