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# FinalExam2010 - KPDL: 12-10-10 1 EMSE 312 FALL 2010...

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Unformatted text preview: KPDL: 12-10-10 1 EMSE 312 FALL 2010 DIFFRACTION PRINCIPLES FINAL EXAM Tuesday December 14, 2010 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM This is an OPEN BOOK and an OPEN NOTE exam. The exam consists of Seven (7) questions, all with several parts. Answer ALL parts of ALL questions for a total of 100 POINTS. Make your answers as BRIEF as possible. GOOD LUCK!!! NAME: __________________________ Question 1 (10p): _________ Question 2 (10p): _________ Question 3 (20p): _________ Question 4 (10p): _________ Question 5 (10p): _________ Question 6 (20p): _________ Question 7 (20p): _________ ======================= Total (100p): _______________ Midterm Exam (30%): __________________________ Homework (30%): __________________________ Final Exam (40%): __________________________ Total: __________________________ Final Grade: __________________________ EMSE 312 Final Exam FALL 2010 KPDL: 12-10-10 2 1. Crystallography: (10 p) Explain briefly each of the following (use simple sketches to illustrate when suitable): (a) (2 p) Improper Rotation (b) (2 p) Point Group (c) (2 p) Bravais Lattice (d) (2 p) Screw Axis Symmetry (e) (2 p) Space Group (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) EMSE 312 Final Exam FALL 2010 KPDL: 12-10-10 3 2. Optical Diffraction/Fourier Transforms: (10 p) (a) (5 p) Draw the most intense features of an optical diffractogram that would be obtained from one of the square apertures shown below. (b) (5 p) Draw the most intense features of an optical diffractogram that would be obtained from all three square apertures punched out from an opaque screen in an arrangement shown below. Try to draw the diffractogram to scale, and specify what features of the diffractogram which are due to the shape of the objects (apertures) and due to interference between the objects, respectively....
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## This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course EMSE 312 taught by Professor Lagerlof,p during the Spring '08 term at Case Western.

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