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The wavelength of this line is 1.54051A or 1.53740 kX . 3-5 Diffraction directions .

What determines the

given crystal can diffract a beam of monochromatic x - rays ? Referring to Fig .

The wavelength of this line is 1.54051A or 1.53740 kX . 3-5 Diffraction directions .

What determines the

**possible**directions , i.e. , the**possible**angles 20 , in which agiven crystal can diffract a beam of monochromatic x - rays ? Referring to Fig .

Page 298

Since structure determines the diffraction pattern , it should be

the other direction and deduce the structure from the pattern . It is

not in any direct manner . Given a structure , we can calculate its diffraction

pattern ...

Since structure determines the diffraction pattern , it should be

**possible**to go inthe other direction and deduce the structure from the pattern . It is

**possible**, butnot in any direct manner . Given a structure , we can calculate its diffraction

pattern ...

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The theory of space groups , one of the triumphs of mathematical crystallography

, relates crystal symmetry , on the atomic scale , to the

arrangements which possess that symmetry . For example , if a given substance

is known ...

The theory of space groups , one of the triumphs of mathematical crystallography

, relates crystal symmetry , on the atomic scale , to the

**possible**atomicarrangements which possess that symmetry . For example , if a given substance

is known ...

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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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