- Kindle Edition
- 181 pages
- Basic Fundamentals of Crystal Structure and X – Ray Diffraction
- Sanjeet Kumar
- 16 June 2017 Sanjeet Kumar
This Book Is Primarily Intended For The Undergraduate Junior Or Senior Level Students Majoring In Crystal Structure And X Ray Diffraction However, The Book Can Also Be Used Very Effectively By Undergraduate Students Of Physics, Chemistry, Or Any Other Physical Science Likely To Use The Technique Of X Ray Diffraction For Materials Characterization Preliminary Knowledge Of Freshman Physics And Simple Ideas Of Crystallography Will Be Useful But Not Essential Because These Have Been Explained In Easy To Understand We Realize That We Have Not Included All Possible Applications Of X Ray Diffraction To Materials The Book Deals Only With Crystal Structure And X Ray Diffraction We Are Aware That There Are Other Important Applications Of X Ray Diffraction To Polycrystalline Materials Since This Book Is Intended For An Undergraduate Courses This Based On The Lectures In The Undergraduate During My Technical Qualifications X Ray Diffraction Can Also Be Used To Obtain Structural Information About Single Crystals And Their Orientation And The Structure Of Noncrystalline Amorphous Materials But This Requires Use Of A Slightly Different Experimental Setup Or Sophisticated Software Which Is Not Available In Most Undergraduate Laboratories For This Reason We Have Not Covered These Topics This Book Very Helpful For Those Students Which Is Studying In The Undergraduate Level As Well As Post Graduate Level.