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

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Substitution of Eq . ( 52 ) into Eq . ( 48 ) gives a

of two parts : the elastic

...

Substitution of Eq . ( 52 ) into Eq . ( 48 ) gives a

**scattering cross section**consistingof two parts : the elastic

**scattering cross section**with S ( w ) and the inelastic**scattering cross section**. For the elastic**scattering cross section**, we obtain ( as )...

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In many cases , sufficient experimental data are available to take wph , ; into

account in defect scattering . A comment is necessary concerning integrated one

- phonon

for a ...

In many cases , sufficient experimental data are available to take wph , ; into

account in defect scattering . A comment is necessary concerning integrated one

- phonon

**scattering cross sections**. For X - rays , the contribution of one branchfor a ...

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The wavelength dependence of the defect induced change in total cross section

and the angular dependence of the

an indication for defect clusters ( BeO ) , for amorphous zones ( SiO2 ) , and for ...

The wavelength dependence of the defect induced change in total cross section

and the angular dependence of the

**scattering cross section**have been used asan indication for defect clusters ( BeO ) , for amorphous zones ( SiO2 ) , and for ...

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