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I Xray NanoDiffraction of Si and SiGe

  1. Mar 20, 2017 at 2:32 AM #1
    I have been struggling with my research on xray diffraction of crystals and had a few questions about crystallography, rocking curves(omega scan), θ-2θ scans and diffraction patterns. Let me know if you need more explanation. Thank you!

    -What is the difference between a rocking curve(omega scan) and a θ-2θ scan?
    -Is there any correlation between the circular diffraction pattern on a detector and θ-2θ and omega scans?
    -How does one know what the primitive diffraction planes of a crystal are?(miller indices)
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