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Dynamical theory of x-ray diffraction

Author: André Authier
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2004.
Series: International Union of Crystallography monographs on crystallography, 11.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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This is the first comprehensive book on the dynamical diffraction of X-rays since the development of synchroton radiation. Up-to-date, with extensive references, it is required knowledge for x-ray  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: André Authier
ISBN: 0198528922 9780198528920
OCLC Number: 53709111
Description: xviii, 674 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. Background and basic results --
1. Historical developments --
2. Properties of the electromagnetic field: Propagation and scattering --
3. Geometrical theory of X-ray diffraction --
4. Elementary dynamical theory --
II. Advanced dynamical theory --
5. Properties of wavefields --
6. Intensities of plane waves in the transmission geometry --
7. Intensities of plane waves in the reflection geometry --
8. Dynamical diffraction in highly asymmetric coplanar and non-coplanar geometries --
9. n-beam dynamical diffraction --
10. Spherical-wave dynamical theory, I: Kato's theory --
11. Spherical-wave dynamical theory, II: Takagi's theory --
12. Ray tracing in perfect crystals --
III. Extension of the dynamical theory to deformed crystals --
13. Ray tracing in slightly deformed crystals --
14. Propagation of X-rays in highly deformed crystals --
IV. Applications --
15. X-ray optics --
16. Location of atoms at surfaces and interfaces using X-ray standing waves --
17. X-ray diffraction topography --
Appendix 1: Useful formulae --
Appendix 2: The early days of dynamical theory.
Series Title: International Union of Crystallography monographs on crystallography, 11.
Responsibility: André Authier.
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