X-ray-diffraction meaning

The scattering of x-rays by crystal atoms, producing a diffraction pattern that yields information about the structure of the crystal.
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The diffraction of X-rays as they pass through a substance, usually forming an interference pattern that can be captured on film and used to analyze the internal structure of the substance.
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The scattering of x-rays by crystal atoms, producing a diffraction pattern that yields information about the structure of the crystal. X-ray diffraction is used in x-ray crystallography .
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(physics) The scattering of X-rays by the regular lattice of atoms or molecules in a crystal.
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(physics) The diffraction pattern so obtained.
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(analytical chemistry) The technique of using such patterns to determine that geometry of a crystal, or the arrangements of atoms in a molecule; X-ray crystallography.
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