I'm often looking for old physics papers that had a big impact on science (Nobel prize, for example). But I can't seem to find a lot of them. Is there a reason why some papers are not digitally ...
The Bragg condition (by Bragg in 1913) can be derived by the Laue equations that is making use of the Miller indices and all the latice/crystal stuff (so basically it's bringing Bragg's law to more ...
The Laue diffraction (that reduces to the Bragg refraction in the end) has for the path difference of the incoming and outgoing beam $$\Delta s = \vec R \cdot ( \vec k_0/k_0 - \vec k^\prime/k^\prime ...
On a Bragg reflection with incomming angle Theta the total diffraction angle of the incomming wave is 2*Theta, of course. But I have Bragg transmission with electrons on a graphite crystal ...
I was looking up X-Ray crystallography using Bragg's Law: $2d\sin\theta = n\lambda$ and I can understand the values of everything except this integer value $n$. As far as my research got $n$ is ...