## 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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3. multiplicity

The first two of these have already been described , and the others will be

discussed in the following sections . 4-8 MULTIPLICITY

100 ...

3. multiplicity

**factor**, 4. Lorentz**factor**, 5. absorption**factor**, 6. temperature**factor**.The first two of these have already been described , and the others will be

discussed in the following sections . 4-8 MULTIPLICITY

**FACTOR**Consider the100 ...

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Inclusion of this effect thus leads to a third geometrical

intensity of a reflection . The length of ... In intensity calculations , the three

just discussed are combined into one and called the Lorentz

Dropping ...

Inclusion of this effect thus leads to a third geometrical

**factor**affecting theintensity of a reflection . The length of ... In intensity calculations , the three

**factors**just discussed are combined into one and called the Lorentz

**factor**( 4.5 ) .Dropping ...

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4-9 demonstrated that one

polarization ( L - P )

considerably over the width of a single line , when the line is broad and in the

high ...

4-9 demonstrated that one

**factor**controlling these intensities was the Lorentz -polarization ( L - P )

**factor**( 1 + cos ? 20 ) / ( sin ? 8 cos 6 ) . This**factor**can varyconsiderably over the width of a single line , when the line is broad and in the

high ...

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