The integrated intensities are calculated using Equation 4 19 or where p is the

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The integrated intensities are calculated using Equation (4-19),orwhere pis the multiplicity factor given in Appendix 11, and LPis the Lorentz Polarization factor in parentheses, with values given in Appendix 12. Substituting these values, the integrated intensities are found,I1= [3329.3] [8] [30.28] = 8.06 ×105I2= [4821.9] [12] [9.88] = 5.72 ×105Finally, the ratio of the integrated intensity of the first line to that of the second is calculated:I1/ I2= 8.06 / 5.72 = 1.41Linehklh+k+lfF21111310.232222048.6864MSE 104 Materials Characterization Professor R. Gronsky page of 22I=F2p1 + cos22θsin2θcosθI=F2p[LP]
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  • Spring '08
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  • Crystallography, B.D. Cullity, S.R. Stock, Professor R. Gronsky

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