## 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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Determining the Miller

following steps . 48 1Å SÅ 48 ЗА 3Å Axial lengths Intercept lengths Fractional

intercepts Miller

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Determining the Miller

**indices**of the plane shown in Fig . 2-4 ( b ) requires thefollowing steps . 48 1Å SÅ 48 ЗА 3Å Axial lengths Intercept lengths Fractional

intercepts Miller

**indices**1/4 1 1/2 2 4 1 As stated earlier , if a plane is parallel to a...

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Planes of a zone are planes which are all parallel to one line , called the zone

axis , and the zone , i.e. , the set of planes , is specified by giving the

the zone axis . Such planes may have quite different

only ...

Planes of a zone are planes which are all parallel to one line , called the zone

axis , and the zone , i.e. , the set of planes , is specified by giving the

**indices**ofthe zone axis . Such planes may have quite different

**indices**and spacings , theonly ...

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Stock. that it is often used in conjunction with the other two . Thus the

plane in the hexagonal system , called Miller - Bravais

and are written ( hkil ) . The index i is the reciprocal of the fractional intercept on ...

Stock. that it is often used in conjunction with the other two . Thus the

**indices**of aplane in the hexagonal system , called Miller - Bravais

**indices**, refer to four axesand are written ( hkil ) . The index i is the reciprocal of the fractional intercept on ...

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