## 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 7

Note that the material of the target affects the intensity but not the

distribution of the continuous spectrum . ... of the target metal , sharp intensity

maxima appear at certain

spectrum .

Note that the material of the target affects the intensity but not the

**wavelength**distribution of the continuous spectrum . ... of the target metal , sharp intensity

maxima appear at certain

**wavelengths**, superimposed on the continuousspectrum .

Page 105

To return to the problem of

crucial fact that Bragg was able to solve the crystal structure of NaCl without

knowing the

needed to ...

To return to the problem of

**wavelength**determination , it is an interesting andcrucial fact that Bragg was able to solve the crystal structure of NaCl without

knowing the

**wavelength**of the x - rays being diffracted . All he knew - all heneeded to ...

Page 256

Bragg's law shows that the shorter the

for planes of a given spacing . Decreasing the

every diffraction line to lower Bragg angles and increase the total number of lines

on ...

Bragg's law shows that the shorter the

**wavelength**, the smaller the Bragg anglefor planes of a given spacing . Decreasing the

**wavelength**will therefore shiftevery diffraction line to lower Bragg angles and increase the total number of lines

on ...

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