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

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A change in the interplanar spacing Adhki 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 ...

A change in the interplanar spacing Adhki will cause a

**corresponding**change A0in 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 ...

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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 ...

3 ) , the

**corresponding**tilt angles are y1 = ( B – n 1 ) and V2 = ( 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 ...

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... unit volume ) at the surface inside the material and a the absorption coefficient .

The

1964 ) U 0 [ ( Lpa + vs / up ) Apix ) * ( L 2q2 – 1 ) 1 1 + us / UD : ) - exp ( - ax ) ) ] ...

... unit volume ) at the surface inside the material and a the absorption coefficient .

The

**corresponding**excess carrier profile can then be approximated as ( Smith ,1964 ) U 0 [ ( Lpa + vs / up ) Apix ) * ( L 2q2 – 1 ) 1 1 + us / UD : ) - exp ( - ax ) ) ] ...

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Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

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