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when light passes sharp edges or goes through narrow slits the rays are deflected and produce fringes of light and dark bands

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7 gave equatorial X-ray diffraction patterns of melt-spun PAN precursor fiber and commercial solution-spun PAN fibers.
MatlabTM is initiated to be used to calculate the diffraction pattern of waves through multiple slits.
If the diffraction pattern is received on a detecting screen, the k-th order maximum appears on the screen in the position [y.
To produce MOIRE's optical-quality polymer membranes and the precision etching needed to generate the diffraction pattern, Ball worked with NeXolve and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
In either case, the diffraction pattern due to the principal aperture A can be evaluated using a generalized Fresnel integral derived by this author from the general equations for the propagation of cross-spectral density in a partially coherent optical field (3).
He predicted that the crystal would scatter the x-rays in different directions with different intensities, and that the nature of this so-called diffraction pattern would be uniquely determined by the structure of the crystal, meaning the arrangement of the atoms in the crystal.
An X-ray diffraction (XRD) system transmits X-ray beams to a sample (generally a single crystal, metallic solid or a powder) and records the diffraction pattern that occurs when the X-ray photons encounter the inter-atomic gaps within the crystal structure.
Among their topics are descriptors of orientation, measuring macrotexture and evaluating and representing the data, the Kikuchi diffraction pattern, techniques based on transmission electron microscopy, orientation microscopy and orientation mapping, and the crystallographic analysis of interfaces and connectivity.
The sample labeled violet matches up with the diffraction pattern of the [gamma]-phase, while the other sample matches with the [beta]-phase.
The description of latter experiment is that the diffraction pattern is formed by passing a monochromatic light beam through solid perpendicular to direction of ultrasonic wave propagation.
Such a diffraction pattern is generated for every point in the sample.
The intensity of (110) reflection in X-ray diffraction pattern of [beta]-PVDF increases as the temperature increases from 50 to 80[degrees]C and at 85[degrees]C, the intensity starts decreasing.
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