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The dynamical theory of diffraction has witnessed exciting developments since the advent of synchrotron radiation. This book gives an up-to-date account of the theory of diffraction and its applications. The first part serves as an introduction to the subject, presenting early developments and the basic results. It is followed by a detailed development of the diffraction and propagation properties of X-rays in perfect crystals and by an extension of the theory to the case of slightly and highly deformed crystals. The last part gives three applications of the theory: X-ray optics for synchrotron radiation, locations of atoms at surfaces, and X-ray diffraction topography. The book is richly illustrated and contains a wide range of references to the literature. It will be a useful reference work for graduate students, lecturers, and researchers.

... and highly ... Noté /5. Retrouvez Dynamical Theory of X-Ray Diffraction et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon ... The Dynamical Theory of X-Ray Diffraction - ScienceDirect ... .fr. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Dynamical Theory of X-ray Diffraction is the first comprehensive book on the dynamical diffraction of X-rays since the development of synchrotron radiation. The first part provides an introduction to the subject, followed by a detailed treatment of perfect and slightly and highly deformed crystals. The last part gives three applications of the theory: X-ray optics, locations of atoms at ... He then discusses the d ... Dynamical theory of x-ray diffraction [electronic resource ... ... . The last part gives three applications of the theory: X-ray optics, locations of atoms at ... He then discusses the dynamical diffraction of plane and spherical waves by perfect crystals, and extends the theory to both slightly and highly deformed crystals. The last section applies the concepts to X-ray optics, standing wave studies of surfaces and interfaces, and diffraction topography."-- SciTech Book News. About the Author. Andr Authier is Professor Emeritus at Universit Pierre et ... Dynamical Theory of X-Ray Diffraction ANDRE AUTHIER Universite P. et M. Curie, Paris OXPORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. Contents I Background and basic results 1 1 Historical developments 3 1.1 Prologue 3 1.2 The discovery of X-ray diffraction 4 1.3 The geometrical theory of diffraction 5 1.4 Darwin's dynamical theory of diffraction 6 1.5 Extinction theories 8 1.6 Ewald's dynamical theory 11 1.7 Early ... the dynamical theory of x ray diffraction, the more complete treatment proposed by Ewald and von Laue is needed to obtain the modifications appropri- ate to a highly perfect crystal of the results of kine- matic theory. These lead, in particular, to modifica- tions of the simpler Ewald sphere construction, and predict the presence in the crystal, under Bragg reflecting conditions, of two ... They observed diffraction behavior predicted by dynamical diffraction theory which was fully explained by C. G. Darwin. In fact, Ewald's first theory of dynamical diffraction actually preceded the discovery of X-ray diffraction and, even more remarkably, was an instrument that helped lead to that discovery. This historical oddity arises from P. P. Ewald's PhD thesis of 1912 and points to a ... Dynamical Theory of X-Ray Diffraction. Schrijver. Andre Authier. Taal. Engels. ISBN. 9780198559603. Uitgever. Oxford University Press. Prijs € 243,20 (Excl. verzendkosten) Verzendkosten. € 2,95. Koop dit boek. Bijzonderheden. 2001 680pp Gebonden . Meer info. Flaptekst. Presents a comprehensive account of the dynamical diffraction of X-rays since the development of synchrotron radiation ... This chapter presents the dynamical theory of the diffraction of X-rays by perfect crystals. The most important part is devoted to the case of plane waves (Section 5.1.2). THE DYNAMICAL THEORY OF X-RAY DIFFRACTION 57 In determining crystal structures it is in fact usual to consider the mosaic crystal as the norm, and to use the much simpler geometrical theory, for as Professor von Laue once very happily put it, most crystals are so far from perfect that they do not deserve a better theory than the geometrical one. This procedure is on the whole justified by ... The kinematical theory of x-ray diffraction, thus far discussed in the previous chapter, is based on assumptions which are only valid for diffraction in small crystals. When diffraction occurs in large and perfect crystals, multiple scattering results. In other words, the crystal lattice is so regular over a large volume that the reflected wave of a reflection must be further reflected back ... The dynamical theory of x-ray diffraction in crystals is a theory of wave propagation in periodic structures and, as such, its application to the diffraction by artificial periodic multilayered structures should, in principle, be straightforward. In practice, this is not so; the conventional theory involves a number of approximations that may fail for multilayered structures. The concepts of the dynamical theory of x-ray diffraction are applied to optical holography. A plane-grating hologram is the assumed diffraction element and its behavior is shown to be consistent with that of its x-ray counterpart, namel...