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2) The rocking curve resulting from scanning the second crystal in angle is the plot of the above intensity against angle. Mathematically this is a cross-correlation as discussed below. The duMond diagram notation does not purport to describe quantitatively the complete intensity-wavelength-divergence transfer function of a beam conditioner. It is, rather, a highly useful qualitative and semiquantitative tool which greatly aids the visualisation and understanding of multiple diffracting elements.

Later on, in manufacture, it is necessary to determine whether the process is under adequate quality control. In this chapter we shall see how the basic parameters can be very easily obtained and interpreted from X-ray rocking curves for relatively simple structures. 5 μ m thick. Though these are simple, they nevertheless comprise a large sector of the optoelectronics device production and are certainly realistic cases. The discussion will also illustrate many important principles. In later chapters we shall develop the methods of interpretation of more complex cases.

However, there are two possibilities for sign. — If the second crystal has the opposite sense of deflection from the first (a+n followed by a–n or – m) then the plot goes in the same direction as that of the first crystal. The origin is the same. 7 Si 220 reflection with a plane incident monochromatic wave. e. the crystals remain parallel. 9). This is also called the non-dispersive setting. 10). The reflecting range of the system comprising source, aperture and first crystal is defined as discussed above, and diffraction from the second crystal occurs when its curve on the duMond diagram overlaps with some part of this range.

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