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Diffraction from Crystals

  • David B. Williams
  • C. Barry Carter

Abstract

Since our emphasis is on crystalline materials, we will first discuss how the details of the crystal symmetry affect the DPs we expect to see. What we’re doing here is taking the concepts of the reciprocal lattice and applying it to particular examples. There are two basic lessons.

Keywords

Reciprocal Lattice Vanadium Carbide Superlattice Reflection International Table Atomic Scattering Factor 
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References

  1. Examples of indexed DPs are given in the texts by Edington and Andrews et al. As usual, we recommend your checking the books by Kelly and Groves, Cullity.Google Scholar

DPs and Crystal Data

  1. Andrews, KW, Dyson, DJ and Keown, SR (1971) Interpretation of Electron Diffraction Patterns 2nd Ed. Plenum Press New York. Stereographic projections, angles, spacings, and much more.Google Scholar
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  3. Misell, DL and Brown, EB (1987) Electron Diffraction: An Introduction for Biologists, Volume 12 of the series Practical Methods in Electron Microscopy Ed. AM Glauert Elsevier New York. Materials science students should not be put off by the title: this is an invaluable practical guide to indexing DPs and more.Google Scholar

Some Crystallography

  1. Dodsworth, J, Kohlstedt, DL and Carter, CB 1983 Grain Boundaries in Transition Metal Carbides Adv. Ceram. 6 102–109.Google Scholar
  2. Frank, FC 1965 On Miller-Bravais Indices and Four-Dimensional Vectors Acta Cryst. 18 862–866. A favorite.Google Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The University of Alabama in HuntsvilleHuntsvilleUSA
  2. 2.University of ConnecticutStorrsUSA

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