Bragg scattering

Bragg scattering

[′brag ‚skad·ər·iŋ]
(solid-state physics)
Scattering of x-rays or neutrons by the regularly spaced atoms in a crystal, for which constructive interference occurs only at definite angles called Bragg angles. Also known as Bragg diffraction; Bragg reflection.
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It would recognise the contribution of researchers who use Bragg scattering techniques expertly with neutron or X-rays and constitute an influential think tank to guide scattering research in the long term.
The center Doppler frequency of the sea surface is Bragg frequency, which indicates that the Bragg scattering is dominate in the EM backscattering from the sea surface.
A model for microwave Doppler sea return at high incidence angles: Bragg scattering from bound, tilted waves," J.
The graphite element is mounted on a perfect Si single crystal 1 mm thick to minimize any phonon scattering, while the highly perfect extinction-limited crystal essentially eliminates Bragg scattering from the mount.
Limonov, "Fano resonance between Mie and Bragg scattering in photonic crystals," Phys.
Another recipient, Professor Tai-Wen Hsu, with research foci on wave turbulence model, Bragg scattering of water waves, numerical simulation of near-shore hydrodynamics, WWM wave model, two-phase flow, RANS turbulence model, and management of coastal environment.
Scattering from the large scale wave is assumed by the quasi-specular theories, whereas that from the small scale by Bragg scattering.
To date, the Bragg scattering (scattering of linear waves) has been well studied in many papers [1-3].
Short wavelength neutrons can be filtered from the beam using Bragg scattering from polycrystalline materials, the most common being beryllium.
The successful observation of the clear Bragg scattering pattern from the single crystal converter and the reasonable results from the first experimental trial of the ultracold neutron production with the single crystal are shown.
While the under-prediction of Bragg scattering in large incidence angles is apparent, the significantly enhanced backscattering is found from the modified TSM with breakers in low grazing angles.