Mixed Crystals pp 126-141 | Cite as

X-Ray Scattering

  • Alexander I. Kitaigorodsky
Part of the Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences book series (SSSOL, volume 33)


There are two main methods for investigating the structure of solids. They are X-ray structure analysis (study of X-ray diffraction and scattering) and microscopic investigation. The first method is rather general, i.e., it can study the atomic and molecular structure of matter and also study the microstructures of heterophase systems. Microscopy, at present, cannot do the former. Yet the advance in electron microscopy in the last few decades have made it the main method in the study of heterophase systems.


Solid Solution Reciprocal Lattice Reciprocal Space Thermal Vibration Diffuse Scattering 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexander I. Kitaigorodsky
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  1. 1.Institute of Elemento-Organic CompoundsMoscow B-312USSR

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