Laue method

Laue method

[′lau̇·ə ‚meth·əd]
(crystallography)
A method of studying crystalline structures by x-ray diffraction, in which a finely collimated beam of polychromatic x-rays falls on a single crystal whose orientation can be set as desired, and diffracted beams are recorded on a photographic film.
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He covers electromagnetic waves and X-rays, the geometry of crystals, interference and diffraction, directions of X-ray diffraction, intensities of X-ray diffraction, characterizing thin films by X-ray diffraction, the Laue method to determine the orientation of a single crystal, and powder diffraction.
The orientation of the single-crystal specimen was determined by the back-reflection Laue method.
Contract notice: Acquisition of a single crystal diffractometer () Laue method, and a polisher.