## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Derivation of the

atomic planes and 2nr is the difference in phase between reflections from

successive planes. model which assumes that x-rays are reflected specularly

from the ...

Derivation of the

**Bragg**equation 2d sin 6 = n X; here d is the spacing of parallelatomic planes and 2nr is the difference in phase between reflections from

successive planes. model which assumes that x-rays are reflected specularly

from the ...

Page 106

This situation is exactly equivalent to that found for

when the

lattice, but through successive

is set ...

This situation is exactly equivalent to that found for

**Bragg**reflection of x-rays:when the

**Bragg**condition is satisfied a traveling wave cannot propagate in alattice, but through successive

**Bragg**reflections back and forth a standing waveis set ...

Page 271

We have seen in the earlier discussions of x-ray and elastic wave propagation in

crystals that

propagation in periodic structures.

waves ...

We have seen in the earlier discussions of x-ray and elastic wave propagation in

crystals that

**Bragg**reflection is an important and characteristic feature of wavepropagation in periodic structures.

**Bragg**reflection occurs also for electronwaves ...

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