## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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waves which interact with atoms and which have a wavelength comparable with

the interatomic spacing in crystals; that is, we require a wavelength of the order ...

**Diffraction**. of. X-Rays. by. Crystals. To explore the structure of crystals we requirewaves which interact with atoms and which have a wavelength comparable with

the interatomic spacing in crystals; that is, we require a wavelength of the order ...

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The latter considerations will be seen below to affect the intensity of the

radiation and to determine the relative intensity of the various orders n of

essential ...

The latter considerations will be seen below to affect the intensity of the

**diffracted**radiation and to determine the relative intensity of the various orders n of

**diffraction**. An important consequence of (2.1) is that wavelengths X s. 2d areessential ...

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INTERFERENCE conDITIONS AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE* The

conditions for an x-ray beam to be

elegant form with the help of the reciprocal lattice transformation. The reciprocal

lattice is ...

INTERFERENCE conDITIONS AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE* The

conditions for an x-ray beam to be

**diffracted**by a crystal may be expressed in anelegant form with the help of the reciprocal lattice transformation. The reciprocal

lattice is ...

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