## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2; Volume 19, Part 1 |

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A change in the interplanar spacing Adnki will cause a

in the Bragg angle of diffraction by the planes ( Bragg's law : 1 = 2d sin 0 , where

1 is the wavelength of the incident x rays ) . The strain Adld can be measured by ...

A change in the interplanar spacing Adnki will cause a

**corresponding**change Adin the Bragg angle of diffraction by the planes ( Bragg's law : 1 = 2d sin 0 , where

1 is the wavelength of the incident x rays ) . The strain Adld can be measured by ...

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3 ) , the

diffraction ring will be asymmetric if the interplanar spacings of the diffracting

crystallites are different as a result of residual strains . From Eq . ( 6 ) , an

equation relating ...

3 ) , the

**corresponding**tilt angles are v1 = ( ß - n 1 ) and 2 = ( B + m2 ) . Thediffraction ring will be asymmetric if the interplanar spacings of the diffracting

crystallites are different as a result of residual strains . From Eq . ( 6 ) , an

equation relating ...

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As Gonser (1971) has pointed out, there has been a

Mossbauer spectroscopy from the application of physical metallurgy

considerations as, for example, in the development of Mossbauer sources. There

are no critical ...

As Gonser (1971) has pointed out, there has been a

**corresponding**benefit toMossbauer spectroscopy from the application of physical metallurgy

considerations as, for example, in the development of Mossbauer sources. There

are no critical ...

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### Contents

The Investigation of Composition | 63 |

Penetration Distance | 75 |

Choice of Binary System for Composition | 86 |

Copyright | |

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