## Elements of X-ray Diffraction Intended to acquaint the reader with the theory of x-ray diffraction, the experimental methods involved, and the main applications. The book is a collection of principles and methods stressing X-ray diffraction rather than metallurgy. |

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The directions of these beams are fixed by

negative law . If

however ,

no ...

The directions of these beams are fixed by

**Bragg's**law , which is , in a sense , anegative law . If

**Bragg's**law is not satisfied , no diffracted beam can occur ;however ,

**Bragg's**law may be satisfied for a certain set of atomic planes and yetno ...

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At the

transmitted and diffracted beams . Dynamical diffraction theory demonstrates that

one of the two wavefields is localized on the

atoms ...

At the

**Bragg**angle , however , significant intensity is observed in both thetransmitted and diffracted beams . Dynamical diffraction theory demonstrates that

one of the two wavefields is localized on the

**Bragg**planes , i.e. , on the rows ofatoms ...

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pattern , 265–266 Laue spot , 265 , 472 solving for , 545

diffractometers , 194–195 , 197 , 246

, 581 ...

... 367

**Bragg**, W. , 9–10 , 93**Bragg**angle , 100 , 249 , 525 , 580 back - reflectionpattern , 265–266 Laue spot , 265 , 472 solving for , 545

**Bragg**- Brentanodiffractometers , 194–195 , 197 , 246

**Bragg**case , 537**Bragg**condition , 171-174, 581 ...

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