## Elements of X-ray Diffraction |

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Thus, the complex conjugate of Ael<t> is Ae~l4>. We have |Ae^|2 - Ae^Ae-* = A2,

(4-9) which is the quantity desired. Or, using the other form

have A (cos 0 + i sin 0)A(cos </> — i sin <f>) = A2(cos2 <f> + sin2 <f>) = A2.

Thus, the complex conjugate of Ael<t> is Ae~l4>. We have |Ae^|2 - Ae^Ae-* = A2,

(4-9) which is the quantity desired. Or, using the other form

**given**by Eq. (4-8), wehave A (cos 0 + i sin 0)A(cos </> — i sin <f>) = A2(cos2 <f> + sin2 <f>) = A2.

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5-9 is

large as u, which means that the conditions illustrated in Fig. 5-9 are achieved

when the pinholes are about one-third the size of the projected source. If the

value of ...

5-9 is

**given**by □'.e-o h = di 11- (5-6) In practice, v is very often about twice aslarge as u, which means that the conditions illustrated in Fig. 5-9 are achieved

when the pinholes are about one-third the size of the projected source. If the

value of ...

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Thus the constitution of alloy X is

relative amounts and the compositions of the two phases will vary along any line

which is not a tie line. In a three-phase field, the compositions of the phases are ...

Thus the constitution of alloy X is

**given**by the relation Wa(Xd) = Wy(Xe). Both therelative amounts and the compositions of the two phases will vary along any line

which is not a tie line. In a three-phase field, the compositions of the phases are ...

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