## 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 amplitude of each wave is

scattering atom considered and the value of ( sin 6 ) / 1 involved in the reflection .

The phase of each wave is

considered ...

The amplitude of each wave is

**given**by the appropriate value of f for thescattering atom considered and the value of ( sin 6 ) / 1 involved in the reflection .

The phase of each wave is

**given**by Eq . ( 4-4 ) in terms of the hkl reflectionconsidered ...

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The maximum divergence angle is now

center of the collimator may be considered as the virtual source of these

divergent rays . The beam issuing from the collimator contains not only parallel

and ...

The maximum divergence angle is now

**given**by 2d B2 radian , ( 8-5 ) u and thecenter of the collimator may be considered as the virtual source of these

divergent rays . The beam issuing from the collimator contains not only parallel

and ...

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4-6 ) is

( h + k + l ) is odd . ( 10-9 ) On the other hand , if the ZnS structure is correct , then

the structure factor for unmixed indices ( see Sec . 4-13 ) is

4-6 ) is

**given**by F2 16 ( fca + fre ) ?, if ( h + k + I ) is even , F ? = 16 ( fca - fre ) ?, if( h + k + l ) is odd . ( 10-9 ) On the other hand , if the ZnS structure is correct , then

the structure factor for unmixed indices ( see Sec . 4-13 ) is

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