Condition for the angles for coherent and incoherent scattering from a crystal lattice, summarizing the diffractive interference pattern dictated by the geometry of the lattice. Normally for Rayleigh scattering (elastic scattering) of X-rays off atom lattices; but also for scattered neutron waves ...

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Bragg diffraction and lattice planes

Crystalline substances show, for certain sharply defined wavelength and incident directions, very sharp peaks of scattered X-ray radiation. From the illustration below we see that we get constructive ...
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Compute distance between planes in a crystal

I want to compute the distance between two (111) planes in a cubic crystalline structure, in order to do some computations involving Bragg reflection. I have a sketch of which the (111) planes are, ...
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How to identify a crystal structure by its x-ray reflection bragg angles?

How to identify a crystal structure by its x-ray reflection bragg angles? Suppose we have a crystal sample to examine its crystal structure (e.g. SC, BCC, FCC, etc). What we can get from an X-ray ...