## Elements of X-ray Diffraction |

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Since the denominator in this expression is independent of 9, it may be omitted;

the combined Lorentz-polarization factor for a Debye-Scherrer camera and

crystal- monochromated radiation is therefore (1 +

Fig.

Since the denominator in this expression is independent of 9, it may be omitted;

the combined Lorentz-polarization factor for a Debye-Scherrer camera and

crystal- monochromated radiation is therefore (1 +

**cos2**2a**cos2**26) /sin2 6 cos 9.Fig.

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We then have Ad /AS' AR Ax\ a — - ( 1 sin2 4>. d \S' R RJ The bracketed terms

are constant for any one film, so that — = K sin2 0 = K

is a constant. Accordingly, we have the important result that the fractional errors

in ...

We then have Ad /AS' AR Ax\ a — - ( 1 sin2 4>. d \S' R RJ The bracketed terms

are constant for any one film, so that — = K sin2 0 = K

**cos2**0, (11-11) d where Kis a constant. Accordingly, we have the important result that the fractional errors

in ...

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Table 11-2 particular line formed by Ka\ radiation, for instance, we have cos <f>

Kai = a + A8Kai, ijw'\ 2 /W\/x*ŤA . , /\Kf\ a z?) cos **- = vw) y * + fcO ^w From the

Bragg law, \X

a ...

Table 11-2 particular line formed by Ka\ radiation, for instance, we have cos <f>

Kai = a + A8Kai, ijw'\ 2 /W\/x*ŤA . , /\Kf\ a z?) cos **- = vw) y * + fcO ^w From the

Bragg law, \X

**COS2**0Ka, =**COS2**<f>Kti, COS (11-26) where (Xjrfl /X^a,2)4jcaj isa ...

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