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Page 67

... two poles , as in Fig . 2 - 33 , the angle between the

also be found from the angle of intersection of the two great circles

to these poles ; it is in this sense that the stereographic projection is said to be ...

... two poles , as in Fig . 2 - 33 , the angle between the

**corresponding**planes mayalso be found from the angle of intersection of the two great circles

**corresponding**to these poles ; it is in this sense that the stereographic projection is said to be ...

Page 228

The distance PQ

( 8 - 1 ) and ( 8 – 3 ) , and marked off from the center of the ruler in the opposite

direction .

...

The distance PQ

**corresponding**to each distance OS is then calculated from Eqs .( 8 - 1 ) and ( 8 – 3 ) , and marked off from the center of the ruler in the opposite

direction .

**Corresponding**graduations are given the same number and the result...

Page 229

The distance OS is noted and the

other side of center and at the

repeated for each important diffraction spot , after which the projection is

transferred ...

The distance OS is noted and the

**corresponding**pole plotted as shown , on theother side of center and at the

**corresponding**distance PQ . This procedure isrepeated for each important diffraction spot , after which the projection is

transferred ...

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### Contents

CHAPTER | 1 |

CHAPTER 2 | 29 |

THE DIRECTIONS OF DIFFRACTED BEAMS | 78 |

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Elements of X-ray Diffraction Bernard Dennis Cullity,Stuart R. Stock,Stuart R.. Stock Snippet view - 2001 |

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