Diffraction Patterns

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Amina Durrani 3G
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Diffraction Patterns

Postby Amina Durrani 3G » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:13 pm

In lecture we talked about how light (waves) in general show diffraction patterns and then we used the example of and x-ray passing through a crystal, can someone clarify how this example shows diffraction patterns?

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Re: Diffraction Patterns

Postby KHowe_1D » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:18 pm

This example shows diffraction patterns because the x ray is being or split when it goes through a crystal. The beam is going to enter at one angle, and exit at another.

Izzie Capra 2E
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Re: Diffraction Patterns

Postby Izzie Capra 2E » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:23 pm

X-ray passing through a crystal demonstrates diffraction because the wavelengths of the x-rays are so small that react with the crystal to produce unique interference. The waves bend around the medium and produce the phenomenon of diffraction.

Ryan Yee 1J
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Re: Diffraction Patterns

Postby Ryan Yee 1J » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:25 pm

The diffraction patterns arose because of measuring constructive and deconstructive interference when waves were passed through two holes in a barrier. These holes allow for the wave to interact with itself and produce the constructive and deconstructive interference patterns which can be measured to find a diffraction pattern. When passing an x-ray (or electrons) through a crystal, the waves are split and able to interact with themselves in order to produce these interference patterns in order to find a diffraction pattern.


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