## 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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As mathematical constructs ,

. In practical terms , most crystals consist of enough atoms to render this

distinction moot . Consider first a one - dimensional

this ...

As mathematical constructs ,

**lattices**are infinite in extent whereas crystals are not. In practical terms , most crystals consist of enough atoms to render this

distinction moot . Consider first a one - dimensional

**lattice**. The entire “ space " isthis ...

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One should note that the units of the reciprocal

physical significance of the reciprocal

and not to Gibbs . The reciprocal

the ...

One should note that the units of the reciprocal

**lattice**are Å ' and not Å . Thephysical significance of the reciprocal

**lattice**in diffraction is due to Ewald ( 2.3 )and not to Gibbs . The reciprocal

**lattice**has several important properties . First ,the ...

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2-4 for the periodic “ planar ” arrays of

point in the reciprocal

more detail in Sec . 3-9 . An example of the Ewald sphere construction is shown

in ...

2-4 for the periodic “ planar ” arrays of

**lattice**point being mapped onto a singlepoint in the reciprocal

**lattice**. This aspect of the reciprocal**lattice**is covered inmore detail in Sec . 3-9 . An example of the Ewald sphere construction is shown

in ...

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