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Braggs law refers to a simple equation derived by English physicists Sir W. Bragg and his son Sir W. Bragg in This equation explains why the faces of crystals appear to reflect diffract X-ray beams at certain angles of incidence. The second incident beam b continues to the next layer where it is scattered by atom C. This extra distance must be an integral n multiple of the wavelength for the phases of the two beams to be the same. The process of diffraction is described in terms of incident and diffracted reflected rays, each making an angle with a fixed crystal plane Reflection occurs from planes set at an angle with respect to the incident beam and generates a reflected beam at an angle 2 from the incident beam The possible d spacing defined by the miller indices, h, k, l are determined by the shape of the unit cell.

Thus, the possible 2 values where we can have reflections are determined by the unit cell dimensions. The intensities of the reflections depend on what kind of atoms and their location in the unit cell. In order to be sure of satisfying Bragg law, either or must be continuously varied during the experiment. The ways in which these parameters are varied distinguish the two main diffraction methods: methods:. This radiation falls on a stationary crystal. The crystal diffracts the Xray beam and produces a pattern of spots which conform exactly with the internal symmetry of the crystal.

Depending on the relative position of the X-ray source, the crystal and the photographic film to detect the diffracted X-rays The diffracted beam is produced by diffraction from the planes which belong to a particular zone axis ZA of the crystal.

The beam in each set all lie on the surface of an imaginary cone: cone: the axis of this cone is the zone axis Figure 3. When this beam intersects with the plane of the photographic film it produces spots Figure 4 Figure 3: Location of Laue spots a on ellipses in transmission method and b on hyperbolas in back-reflection method.

C: crystal, F: film, Z. A: zone axis Figure 4: Laue diffraction patterns a Transmission method and b Backreflection method. For transmission patterns the curves are generally ellipses or hyperbolas Figure 3a a.. For back reflection patterns they are usually hyperbolas Figure 3b.

The Laue method is used mainly for the determination of crystal orientation and assessment of crystal quality because the positions of the spots on the film depend on the orientation of the crystal with respect to the incident beam.

In this method, characteristic X-ray radiation of fixed wavelength monochromatic is used. The material to be studied is in the form of a very fine powder, each particle of the powder is a very small crystal. In this method, we take a monochromatic X-radiation of one fixed wavelength and place the crystal powder material to be studied in front of the beam Figure 5a a.. If one plane is set at exactly the correct value of for diffraction, then we observe one and only one reflected diffracted beam from that crystal..

Imagine now, still holding the crystal fixed at the angle , we rotate the crystal around the direction of the incident X-ray beam so that the plane causing a reflection is still set at the angle relative to the Xray beam beam..

The reflected beam will describe a cone as shown in Figure 5b. The axis of this cone coincides with the axis of the incident beam. In the powder material the crystals are not rotated. However, there are so many randomly oriented crystals that there will be some with hkl planes which make the right Bragg angle with the incident beam.

Imagine when these many crystals are rotated about the axis of the incident X-ray beam, we will have many cones traced out by these reflected beams. Since there are millions of crystals in the powder material, there will be many crystals in that powder which will be in a position to diffract the incident beam and there will be enough of them to get the effect of a continuous point reflections which will be lying along the arc of the cone. A separate cone is formed for each set of differently spaced lattice planes.

This is the basis of the powder or Debye Debye--Sherrer method which is the most common technique used in X-ray crystallography. Figure 6a shows schematically three cones and Figure 6b shows what the film looks like when it is unrolled and laid out flat.

From the measured position of a given diffraction line on the film, can be calculated calculated;; since is fixed and known, the interplanar spacing d of the reflecting planes which produced the line can be calculated calculated.. Figure 6: Debye-Sherrer powder method: a relation of film to specimen and incident beam, b appearance of film when laid out flat A powder camera Figure 7 consists of a metal cylinder at the centre of which is the sample sample.. The powdered material which has a diameter of about 0.

The sample must be placed accurately on the axis of the cylinder and must be rotated about its axis so that the randomness of the particles of powder shall be as great as possible. A strip of X-ray film is placed accurately inside the cylinder on its perimeter. The appearance of the diffraction pattern on the film strip after development depends on the way the film is placed in the camera. There are three mounting in common use, which differ in the position of the free ends of the film relative to the incident beam Figure 8.

The pattern of lines on a photograph represents possible values of the Bragg angles which satisfy the Bragg law for diffraction. The lattice parameter, a can be calculated using an appropriate formula which depends on the type of unit cell.

The way in which is measured depends on the method of film mounting as illustrated in Figure 8. In the method shown in Figure 8c, we find the Bragg angle for any pair of lines by measuring the distance S between the centre of the exit hole and the diffraction line.

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Jaroslaw Pillardy et al- Conformation-family Monte Carlo: A new method for crystal structure prediction. Jump to Page. Search inside document. What is Braggs Law and why is it Important? A: zone axis a b Figure 4: Laue diffraction patterns a Transmission method and b Backreflection method.

For back reflection patterns they are usually hyperbolas Figure 3b The spots which lie on any one curve are reflections from planes which belong to one zone Each diffracted beam in the Laue method has a different wavelength The Laue method is used mainly for the determination of crystal orientation and assessment of crystal quality because the positions of the spots on the film depend on the orientation of the crystal with respect to the incident beam.

The axis of this cone coincides with the axis of the incident beam In the powder material the crystals are not rotated. However, there are so many randomly oriented crystals that there will be some with hkl planes which make the right Bragg angle with the incident beam We will have many reflected beams each giving one observable point.

Since there are millions of crystals in the powder material, there will be many crystals in that powder which will be in a position to diffract the incident beam and there will be enough of them to get the effect of a continuous point reflections which will be lying along the arc of the cone A separate cone is formed for each set of differently spaced lattice planes.

Punched into one side of the film is a hole for the beam collimator and punched The appearance of the diffraction pattern on the film strip after development depends on the way the film is placed in the camera. We need to derive the values of from the powder photograph. Thus Thus:: S 2 R 4 R is the camera radius. Ilkay Demir. Retno Wandhira. Sabyasachi Dasgupta. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Science.

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