The effect of surface defects on the intensity of scattered x rays is investigated. A method is proposed for the determination of the thickness of deformed surface layers.
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Bezirganyan, P.A., Aslayan, V.G. Effect of crystal surface defects on the scattering intensity of X rays. Soviet Physics Journal 27, 57–61 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00896412
- Surface Layer
- Surface Defect
- Crystal Surface
- Deformed Surface Layer