interplanar spacing

interplanar spacing

[¦in·tər‚plā·nər ′spās·iŋ]
(crystallography)
The perpendicular distance between successive parallel planes of atoms in a crystal.
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These are due to the scattering from PPy chains at the interplanar spacing [15].
The interplanar spacing of graphite used in [3] is nothing but the interatomic spacing a in the crystal lattice (diffraction grating) mentioned in Fig.
6 [angstrom]), the attention is drawn by the equal dramatic peak with interplanar spacing 4.
hkl] of the interplanar spacing for the family of (hkl) planes can be calculated using Bragg's law, [lambda] = 2[d.
2])/l is the mean interplanar spacing of the period of the superlattice; consequently [[epsilon].
It follows that where a choice of crystal for a given x-ray line is available, the one with larger interplanar spacing (and hence lower Bragg angle) gives higher intensity.
where n is the order number of an intensity maximum, [lambda] the wavelength of the K[alpha] radiation, d the interplanar spacing of the crystal lattice, and [theta] the angle of incidence or reflection.
The interplanar spacing (d) and apparent microcrystal size ([L.
Over the years, X-ray diffraction has been a powerful and reliable technique to obtain information about the microstructure, such as crystallinity, crystalline orientation, and crystalline interplanar spacing, in the films (5-7).
The interplanar spacing, also called galleries, are thus increased, consequently on the treated graphite X-ray spectra (treated with acid, with stearic acid, or both), an additional peak at 2[theta] = 13.

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