Bragg's law

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Bragg's law

  1. (physics, singular only) equates the angle (\theta) between the incident and scattered ray to the spacing (d) between the crystal planes and the wavelength (\lambda) of the radiation - n\lambda=2d\sin(\theta) \,

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