exp4CrystallographyandX-Ray

exp4CrystallographyandX-Ray - Cihan APCI 1514983 Met E 206...

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Cihan ÇAPCI 1514983 Met E 206 – Crystallography and X-Ray Experiment Objective: The aim of this experiment is to determine the atomic arrangement, crystal structure and bravais lattice of any unknown material by means of an X-Ray Diffractometer. Apparatus: Unknown sample X-Ray Diffractometer Sample Used: Unknown sample Summary: A crystal may be defined as a solid composed of atoms arranged in a pattern, periodic in three dimensions. By the help of an X-Ray Diffractometer, one can easily determine if a sample is crystalline or amorphous and if it’s in crystalline structure, bravais lattice can be determined by means of tables. Diffraction occurs when a wave encounters a series of regularly spaced obstacles that are capable of scattering the wave and have spacings that are comparable in magnitude to the wavelengths. Diffraction is due essentially to the existence of certain phase relations between two or more waves that have been scattered by the obstacles. Results and Discussion:
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