X-ray Diffraction Theory


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Tags: debye, diffraction, reciprocal space, theory, x-ray
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Dec18-12, 08:02 AM
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Does anyone have a good book that explains X-ray diffraction theory well? Stuff like interference calculations, reciprocal space, diffracted amplitudes and intensity, and the Debye formula.
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i want to learn that how to calculate bond angles and bond length from a xrd spectrum?
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Does anyone have a good book that explains X-ray diffraction theory well? Stuff like interference calculations, reciprocal space, diffracted amplitudes and intensity, and the Debye formula.
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