4 edition of **P.P. Ewald and his dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1992**
by International Union of Crystallography, Oxford University Press in [Chester, Eng.], New YorK
.

Written in English

- Ewald, Peter Paul, 1888-,
- X-ray crystallography.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | edited by D.W.J. Cruickshank, H.J. Juretschke and N. Kato. |

Series | International Union of Crystallography monographs on crystallography ;, 2 |

Contributions | Ewald, Peter Paul, 1888-, Cruickshank, D. W. J., Juretschke, Hellmut J., Katō, N. 1923- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QD945 .P22 1992 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | x, 161 p. : |

Number of Pages | 161 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1708313M |

ISBN 10 | 019855379X |

LC Control Number | 92009876 |

classical dynamical x-ray diffraction theory with the dynamical theory for the wide-angle case. It is shown that it is possible for the true value of the angular variable to be introduced without application of the dispersion theory. Wide-angle x-ray diffraction theory is in an excellent agreement with Zaus correction of the angular parameter. Released Book Review 'Sublime and worldly crystals'. Essay review of: Cruickshank, Durward W. J.; Juretschke, Hellmut J.; Kato, Norio (eds.): P. P. Ewald and his Author: Skúli Sigurdsson.

The first variants of dynamical X-ray diffraction theory were proposed by Darwin and Ewald. To develop the theory Darwin divided the crystal into thin lamellae, and with the use of suitable recurrence equations he obtained an expression for the reflection coefficient of an ideal : S.G. Podorov, A. Nazarkin. Paul Peter Ewald, FRS (Janu in Berlin, Germany – Aug in Ithaca, New York) was a German crystallographer and physicist, a pioneer of X-ray diffraction methods.. Education. Ewald received his early education in the classics at the Gymnasium in Berlin and Potsdam, where he learned to speak Greek, French, and English, in addition to his native language of German.

History. The Ewald sphere was introduced by Ewald in under the name Ausbreitungskugel or sphere of reflection (Ewald P.P., , Physik. Z., 14, Zur Theorie der Interferenzen der Röntgentstrahlen in Kristallen. An English translation is given in D. W. J. Cruickshank, H. J. Juretschke and N. Kato, , P. P. Ewald and his dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction. For a detailed eaccount of the historical developments, see P. P. Ewald (), 50 Years of X-ray Diffraction, Utrecht: IUCr/Oosthoek, Section 5, p. 64, and A. Authier (), The Early Days of X-ray Diffraction, Oxford: IUCr/Oxford University Press, Chapters 6 and 9. See also.

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While astonishing in its detailed predictions for X-ray diffraction, full appreciation of the theory and its utility had to await much later advances in measurement techniques and crystal growth.

propagation of X-rays through crystals is equally valid for electron diffraction and how his dynamical theory influenced the foundation of early electron diffraction theory.

This is an elegant exposition of how a well founded theory can lead to crucial experiments to probe the atomic nature of matter. Get this from a library. P.P. Ewald and his dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction: a memorial volume for Paul P.

Ewald, 23 January August [Paul Peter Ewald; D W J Cruickshank; Hellmut J Juretschke; N Katō;]. Extract from 50 Years of X-ray Diffraction, edited by P. Ewald.

CHAPTER 15 Dynamical X-ray Optics; Electron and Neutron Diffraction P. Ewald Inadequacy of the Kinematical Theory. Laue's original theory of X-ray diffraction was characterized in Ch.

6 as a kinematical theory. Just as in mechanics the sub-section of kinematics deals. Ewald theory leads to the discovery of x-ray diffraction by Laue, but that theory was rarely needed in the study of crystal structure [31]. Laue analysis assumed crystal as buildup of rows of Author: Andre Authier.

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Ewald and His Dynamical Theory of X-ray Diffraction: A Memorial Volume for Paul P. Ewald. by C. Darwin. In fact, Ewald’s ﬁrst theory of dynamical diffraction actually preceded the discovery of X-ray diffraction and, even more remarkably, was an instrument that helped lead to that discovery.

This historical oddity arises from P. Ewald’s PhD thesis of and points to a rare event in the history of science. A theory. This chapter presents the dynamical theory of the diffraction of X-rays by perfect crystals.

The most important part is devoted to the case of plane waves (Section ). The solutions of the propagation equation of plane waves in crystals are given in Section using the concept of wavefields introduced by Ewald for X-rays in and by Bloch for electrons in (known in solid-state.

This book provides an account of the dynamical theory of diffraction and of its applications. The first part serves as an introduction to the subject, presenting early developments, Ewald's theory of dispersion and the basic results of Laue's dynamical theory.

Origin, Scope, and Plan of this Book In July the fiftieth anniversary of Max von Laue's discovery of the Diffraction of X-rays by crystals is going to be celebrated in Munich by a large international group of crystallographers, physi cists, chemists, spectroscopists, biologists, industrialists, and many others who are employing the methods based on Laue's discovery for their own research.

P.P. Ewald and his Dynamical Theory of X-ray Diffraction. Edited by D.W.J. Cruickshank, H.J. Juretschke & N. Kato. International Union of Crystallography, Oxford University Press, Pp. x+, £ ISBN X Paul Ewald, who died in at.

This is the first comprehensive book on the dynamical diffraction of x-rays since the development of synchrotron radiation. There is an introduction to the subject presenting early developments and the basic results, followed by a detailed development of the diffraction and propagation properties of x-rays in perfect crystals and by an extension of the theory to the case of slightly and highly.

Authier, Dynamical Theory of X-Ray Diffraction (IUCR-Oxford U.P., Oxford, ) Google Scholar [AVZ94] A. Accotto, E. Vittone, G. Zosi, A study of symmetrical LLL x-ray polylithic interferometers on the basis of the Takagi : Nicolò Barbero, Matteo Delfino, Carlo Palmisano, Gianfranco Zosi.

THE numerous books on the diffraction of X-rays by crystals all treat the subject with the view of introducing the reader to the methods for determining crystal structures. It is true that some Author: P.

Ewald. Dynamical Theory of X-ray Diffraction is the first comprehensive book on the dynamical diffraction of X-rays since the development of synchrotron radiation. The first part provides an introduction to the subject, followed by a detailed treatment of perfect and slightly and highly deformed crystals.

The last part gives three applications of the theory: X-ray optics, locations of atoms at. The last part gives three applications of the theory: X-ray optics for synchroton radiation, locations of atoms at surfaces, and X-ray diffraction topography. The book is richly illustrated and contains a wide range of references to the literature.

10 Defect and microstructure analysis by diffraction R.L. Snyder, J. Fiala and H.J. Bunge 11 Dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction A. Authier 12 The chemical bond in inorganic chemistry I.D. Brown 13 Structure determination from powder diffraction data W.I.F. David, K.

Shankland, L.B. McCusker, Ch. Baerlocher, editors 14 Polymorphism in File Size: 6MB. The dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction. A A Balchin and C R Whitehouse. Physics Education, Volume 9, Number 1. Ewald P P a Ann. Phys., Lpz 49 1. Crossref. Ewald P P b Ann.

Phys., Lpz 49 Batterman B W and Cole H `Dynamical Diffraction of X Rays by Perfect Crystals' Rev. mod. Phys. 36 Author: A A Balchin, C R Whitehouse.HERCULES Grenoble, March 2 Introduction into the dynamical theory of X-ray diffraction Jürgen Härtwig European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, BPGrenoble Cedex, France.S.G.

Podorov, A. Nazarkin, "Wide-Angle X-Ray Diffraction Theory Versus Classical Dynamical Theory" - Recent Res. Devel. Optics, 7 () ISBN ; 外部链接. Oral History interview transcript with Paul Peter Ewald 29 March and 8 MayAmerican Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library and Archives.