Dynamical diffraction

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Definition

When a crystal is perfect or nearly perfect, the usual geometrical, or kinematical theory of diffraction is an insufficient approximation and the dynamical theory of diffraction must be used to describe the diffracted intensities.

See also

Section 5.1 of International Tables of Crystallography, Volume B for X-rays

Section 5.2 of International Tables of Crystallography, Volume B for electrons

Section 5.3 of International Tables of Crystallography, Volume B for neutrons