Bragg's law

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Bragg's law

[′bragz ‚lȯ]
(solid-state physics)
A statement of the conditions under which a crystal will reflect a beam of x-rays with maximum intensity. Also known as Bragg's equation; Bravais' law.
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The involved materials have to discharge the Bragg law for reflection and reinforcement of x-ray beams and evaluating by this technique the diffracted lines.