New PDF release: Characterization of Materials

By E. Lifshin (editor)

ISBN-10: 3527603972

ISBN-13: 9783527603978

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For 5 = 0 the expressions then become = 2 c o s 2 ( j ) t c o s h ( 2 n G i z o ) ± cos(2narz0)] /$ = (1-156) = -sin 2 f - ) [cosh(4na { u)± cos(4naru)] 1 M\ s = - sin a [sin (2naT zx) sinh (2na{ z2) ± ±sm(2naTz2)smh(2naizi)] (1-157) where the upper sign applies to 7T, and the lower sign to J s ; z0 = z± 4- z2 is the total -5 thickness; z± and z2 are the thicknesses of the front and rear part, respectively; and 2 u = zx — z2. In fact, u is the distance of the interface from the foil's central plane.

This D and D' with the dispersion surface. gives a simple geometric interpretation of The geometry of Fig. 1-19 shows that tg in reciprocal space. The relation in Eq. (1-80) leads to two wave vectors k£ and k^ for the incident = (OB 2 + BC 2 ) - (OB 2 + BD 2 ) = wave, which are compatible with the periodic potential: = (BC + B D ) ( B C - B D ) = k± = K-A±e (1-81) = (FC + BD) CD ~ 2BC C D The ratio of the amplitudes Rg can be obsince WD~BC. tained from the set of homogeneous equaIntroducing the vector CD = Aen, where tions, Eqs.

1-20. These maxima thus form a stationary pattern which can be observed behind the crystal and magnified, and which is directly related to the set of lattice planes. 1 Normal Absorption Normal absorption is phenomenologically described by a complex refractive index, the absorption coefficient being related to the imaginary part of the refractive index. This can easily be seen quite generally by writing the expression for a plane wave as \j/ = \j/0 exp [i {k z — co t)] with k = co/v = a>n/c with n = c/v {v = velocity in medium, c = velocity in vacuum).

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