## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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5 ) where d , which is usually assumed to be equal to c , is the distance between

the two atomic

thus assumed to be one of these , the specific one depending on which crystal is

...

5 ) where d , which is usually assumed to be equal to c , is the distance between

the two atomic

**planes**on either side of the ... Mathematically the**plane**z = 0 isthus assumed to be one of these , the specific one depending on which crystal is

...

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( a ) Vertical lines represent atomic

owing to constant ... 29 ( b ) , where p is the radius of curvature of the bent crystal

and z is measured from the lower

( a ) Vertical lines represent atomic

**planes**in normal crystal . ( b ) Bent crystalowing to constant ... 29 ( b ) , where p is the radius of curvature of the bent crystal

and z is measured from the lower

**plane**. If this crystal is straightened as in Fig .Page 137

Only a few illustrative and simple remarks can be given here . In practice the

scattering

therefore ...

Only a few illustrative and simple remarks can be given here . In practice the

scattering

**plane**, i . e . , the**plane**containing ko and k1 , is often a symmetry**plane**of the crystal investigated . In such cases Ŝ ( ky ) is equal to Ŝ ( - Ky ) andtherefore ...

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