## 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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Moscow ( 56 ° N , 38 ° E ) . a ) What is the distance between the two cities ? (

Radius of the earth = 6360 km . ) b ) What is the true bearing of an airplane flying

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2-21

**Plot**the great - circle route from Washington , D.C. ( 39 ° N , 77 ° W ) toMoscow ( 56 ° N , 38 ° E ) . a ) What is the distance between the two cities ? (

Radius of the earth = 6360 km . ) b ) What is the true bearing of an airplane flying

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In ( a ) the top

while the bottom

The top

In ( a ) the top

**plot**shows the experimental peak intensities as a function of in dwhile the bottom

**plot**shows the first phase identified ZnO , zincite , card 36-1451 .The top

**plot**of ( b ) shows the intensities remaining in the experimental pattern ...Page 563

Approximations made in obtaining Eq . 19-21 are valid where a

has a slope of -4 . A

where kR , > 3 and from which the value Ap ? S can be obtained . This Porod

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Approximations made in obtaining Eq . 19-21 are valid where a

**plot**of In I vs. In Jhas a slope of -4 . A

**plot**of the quantity J ^ I ( ) vs. Il yields a horizontal regionwhere kR , > 3 and from which the value Ap ? S can be obtained . This Porod

**plot**...

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