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Equation (7–2)

depth a below the Surface as - dID = Ioab e-uz (1/sin a +1/sin 8) dr (7–2) sin o. *

where the various symbols are defined in Sec. 7–4. This expression, integrated

over ...

Equation (7–2)

**gives**the i intensity diffracted by an infinitessmally thi ted at adepth a below the Surface as - dID = Ioab e-uz (1/sin a +1/sin 8) dr (7–2) sin o. *

where the various symbols are defined in Sec. 7–4. This expression, integrated

over ...

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Therefore, r r CA 10A ps CS pA1DS Substitution of this relation into Eq. (14–13)

The relation between the weight fractions of A in the original and composite ...

Therefore, r r CA 10A ps CS pA1DS Substitution of this relation into Eq. (14–13)

**gives**IA + = K5wA', (14–14) Is if we is kept constant in all the composite samples.The relation between the weight fractions of A in the original and composite ...

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But even these thin layers of material will

since electrons are scattered much more ... Combination of Eqs. (1) and (3)

the wavelength of the neutron beam: M = - (4) The neutrons issuing from a pile ...

But even these thin layers of material will

**give**good electron-diffraction patterns,since electrons are scattered much more ... Combination of Eqs. (1) and (3)

**gives**the wavelength of the neutron beam: M = - (4) The neutrons issuing from a pile ...

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### Contents

PROPERTIES OF XRAYs | 1 |

THE GEOMETRY OF CRYSTALs | 29 |

THE DIRECTIONs of DIFFRACTED BEAMs | 78 |

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