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Equation ( 7—2 )

layer located at a depth x below the surface as Ioab dID eux ( 1 / sin a + 1 / sin B )

dx , ( 7-2 ) sin a where the various symbols are defined in Sec . 7–4 .

Equation ( 7—2 )

**gives**the integrated intensity diffracted by an infinitesimally thinlayer located at a depth x below the surface as Ioab dID eux ( 1 / sin a + 1 / sin B )

dx , ( 7-2 ) sin a where the various symbols are defined in Sec . 7–4 .

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and the intensity of a particular line from the standard S by KĄcs Is рт Division of

one expression by the other

linear absorption coefficient of the mixture and an unknown quantity , drops out ...

and the intensity of a particular line from the standard S by KĄcs Is рт Division of

one expression by the other

**gives**IA K3CA ' ( 14-13 ) Is KĄcs ( Note that Mm , thelinear absorption coefficient of the mixture and an unknown quantity , drops out ...

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But even these thin layers of material will

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

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 : h λ == ( 4 ) V2mE E = The neutrons ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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