Bragg's law

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== History ==
== History ==
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Bragg (1890-1971) presented his derivation of the reflection condition at a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society on 11 November 1912. His paper was published in 1913 (Bragg W.L., 1913, ''The Diffraction of Short Electromagnetic Waves by a Crystal'', ''Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc.'', '''17''', 43-57.
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Bragg (1890-1971) presented his derivation of the reflection condition at a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society on 11 November 1912. His paper was published in 1913 (Bragg W.L., 1913, ''The Diffraction of Short Electromagnetic Waves by a Crystal'', ''Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc.'', '''17''', 43-57. For details, see P. P. Ewald, 1962, IUCr, [http://www.iucr.org/iucr-top/publ/50YearsOfXrayDiffraction/ 50 Years of X-ray Diffraction], Section 5, page 64.
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== See also ==
== See also ==

Revision as of 06:54, 27 March 2006

Loi de Bragg (Fr). Bragg Gesetz (Ge). Ley de Bragg (Sp). Legge di Bragg (It)

Definition

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History

Bragg (1890-1971) presented his derivation of the reflection condition at a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society on 11 November 1912. His paper was published in 1913 (Bragg W.L., 1913, The Diffraction of Short Electromagnetic Waves by a Crystal, Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc., 17, 43-57. For details, see P. P. Ewald, 1962, IUCr, 50 Years of X-ray Diffraction, Section 5, page 64.

See also

Laue equations