25 overheads Laue conditions and diffraction methods

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Three Laue cones with semi apex angle o (zero order, n=0), 1 (first order n=1), 2 (2 nd order, n=2) There exists a whole set of cones from 0 to 180 degrees The basics of crystallography and diffraction By Christopher Hammond
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ue's remarkable idea was that this equation must have a simultaneous solution with the equation written for the x http://capsicum.me.utexas.edu/ChE386K/html/laue_equations1.htm Laue s remarkable idea was that this equation must have a simultaneous solution with the equation written for the x
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Unformatted text preview: direction (and the z direction as well). The solution to this second equation also forms a cone except this time about b . The simultaneous solution to these two equations can be viewed as the intersection of the two cones originating at a common apex and which intersect along two lines. MIT, 3.012 fundamentals of Mat Sci, fall 2005...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2010 for the course MS&E 2060 taught by Professor Robinson during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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