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We recall that a , b , y are the direction cosines of S , the normal to the

plane , referred to the basis vectors a , b ... maxima occur when the scattering

direction may be derived from the incident direction by

.

We recall that a , b , y are the direction cosines of S , the normal to the

**reflecting**plane , referred to the basis vectors a , b ... maxima occur when the scattering

direction may be derived from the incident direction by

**reflection**in a lattice plane.

Page 113

There is also a maximum in the intensity

and the position of this maximum is close to the wavelength for which the

absorption is a maximum . The wavelength at maximum

the ...

There is also a maximum in the intensity

**reflected**from the surface of a crystal ,and the position of this maximum is close to the wavelength for which the

absorption is a maximum . The wavelength at maximum

**reflection**is known asthe ...

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

in crystals that Bragg

propagation in periodic structures . Bragg

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

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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