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Bernard Dennis Cullity. It is by these missing reflections , such as 11 : 1 , 11.3 , 22

: 1 , 22-3 , that a hexagonal structure is recognized as being close - packed . Not

all the reflections present have the same structure

Bernard Dennis Cullity. It is by these missing reflections , such as 11 : 1 , 11.3 , 22

: 1 , 22-3 , that a hexagonal structure is recognized as being close - packed . Not

all the reflections present have the same structure

**factor**. For example , if ( h + ...Page 128

Intersection of cones of diffracted rays with Debye - Scherrer film . thus leads to a

third geometrical

diffraction line being 2nR sin 206 , where R is the radius of the camera , the ...

Intersection of cones of diffracted rays with Debye - Scherrer film . thus leads to a

third geometrical

**factor**affecting the intensity of a reflection . The length of anydiffraction line being 2nR sin 206 , where R is the radius of the camera , the ...

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We are now in a position to gather together the

sections into an equation for the relative ... For example , all that is retained of the

Thomson equation ( Eq . 4-2 ) is the polarization

We are now in a position to gather together the

**factors**discussed in precedingsections into an equation for the relative ... For example , all that is retained of the

Thomson equation ( Eq . 4-2 ) is the polarization

**factor**( 1 + cos2 20 ) , with ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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