## 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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Page 39

It can be shown that the volume of the reciprocal lattice unit cell is the reciprocal

of the volume of the direct

origin of reciprocal

It can be shown that the volume of the reciprocal lattice unit cell is the reciprocal

of the volume of the direct

**space**unit cell . Second , a vector Hhk drawn from theorigin of reciprocal

**space**to any point in reciprocal**space**having coordinates h ...Page 100

There is another way of viewing the direct

transformation . Note that the incident and diffracted beams S , and S each

consist of many parallel rays displaced from each other in

transformation to ...

There is another way of viewing the direct

**space**to reciprocal**space**transformation . Note that the incident and diffracted beams S , and S each

consist of many parallel rays displaced from each other in

**space**. Then thetransformation to ...

Page 173

The vector Sis a three - dimensional vector so that the intensity for a certain

deviation along a specific direction in reciprocal

unit cells lying along that direction . Another way of thinking about this is to think

of ...

The vector Sis a three - dimensional vector so that the intensity for a certain

deviation along a specific direction in reciprocal

**space**depends on the number ofunit cells lying along that direction . Another way of thinking about this is to think

of ...

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