By C. J. Ball,G. E. Bacon
Organized into seven chapters, this publication starts with an outline of the basics of wave movement and a quick account of the interplay of atoms with X-ray, electrons, and neutrons. this article then examines the diversities among atomic scattering components for a few of the radiations. different chapters ponder a few difficulties during which the distribution of scattering assets is both one-dimensional in nature or may be diminished to at least one measurement. This e-book discusses to boot the primary of superposition, which guarantees that Fourier research has an software to diffraction concept. the ultimate bankruptcy bargains with the significance of reciprocal lattice at the relation it bears to the crystal lattice.
This booklet is a worthwhile source for metallurgists.
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An Introduction to the Theory of Diffraction: The Commonwealth and International Library: Materials Science and Technology (C.I.L.) by C. J. Ball,G. E. Bacon