What did I learn in school today? Major

What did I learn in school today? Major

What did I learn in school today? Major concept areas Crystal structure and properties Crystallography Reciprocal lattice X-rays, X-ray spectra X-ray absorption, X-ray fluorescence Diffraction, Braggs' law, Ewald construction Powder diffractometer

Powder patterns Indexing Intensities Powder pattern applications Qualitative analysis Quant analysis Crystallite size, microstrian Residual stress Thin film epitaxy SEM TEM, imaging and diffraction

AFM Must-know terms Crystallography symmetry operation - translation, rotation lattice, Bravais lattice unit cell crystal system point group, space group stereographic projection equipoint

lattice plane, lattice direction Must-know terms X-rays continuous radiation characteristic radiation synchrotron radiation mass attenuation coefficient absorption edge fluorescence

Must-know terms Diffraction Braggs' law reciprocal lattice Ewald construction Debye rings Must-know terms Powder diffractometer focusing Soller slit

divergence slit receiving slit monochromator detector deadtime Must-know terms Powder diffraction patterns indexing extinction rule atomic scattering factor

structure factor intensity multiplicity Lorentz polarization temperature factor peak breadth Must-know terms Powder diffraction procedures diffractometer alignment calibration standards

specimen displacement preferred orientation front fill, back fill, side drift zero background plate step size dwell time Must-know terms Powder diffraction applications PDF Hanawalt search method

quantitative analysis crystallite size microstrain Scherrer equation Williamson-Hall method residual stress four-circle diffractometer epitaxy Must-know terms SEM

microstructure matrix and precipitates backscattered electrons composition contrast secondary electrons topographic contrast depth of focus Wehnelt cup tunneling and field emission interaction volume

Must-know terms TEM back focal plane jet thinning ion milling camera constant relrods Must-know terms AFM contact and non-contact modes

constant height constant force tapping mode force-distance plot

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