reciprocal space

reciprocal space

[ri′sip·rə·kəl ‚spās]
(solid-state physics)
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In the reciprocal space, the scattering vector [??] is defined by the following equation [18]:
where [cross product] denotes the convolution operator and k is a point in reciprocal space.
The AFC-Kappa goniometer features open geometry that simplifies crystal mounting, alignment and positioning of low temperature devices while providing superior coverage of reciprocal space, even in the presence of tertiary equipment.
Applications range from routine rocking curve analysis using a hybrid monochromator to detailed reciprocal space mapping to investigate very small deviations in symmetry and perfection.
A mitigating factor is the brilliant elucidation of several other topics including self-sustained oscillations, crystallography, and reciprocal space. In fact, the book is a mini physics course that presents various principles of electromagnetism, thermodynamics, solid state physics, and quantum mechanics in a readable and understandable way.
The space where the diffraction pattern forms is called reciprocal space, while the space at the image plane or at a specimen is called real space.
The 1-cm LightPipe flowcell offers a conventional alternative to the more sensitive 5-cm flowcell...Advanced Materials Instruments and Analysis in roduced the Chameleon, Dragon, and Industrial Drago, robotic x-ray diffraction analysis tools, in which robotics replace goniometer base motions, reducing the restrictions of sample size, shape, weight, and reciprocal space coverage inherent in conventio al goniometer systems, according to the company...
XDS indexes the diffracted spots of x-ray light in each data frame by assigning each spot three h, k, and l integer values, which represent the three-dimensional Fourier reciprocal space coordinates of the spot.