richyw
  • richyw
Can someone help me with a simple bragg reflection question?
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richyw
  • richyw
X rays scattered from a crystal have a first-order diffraction peak at θ = 15°. At what angle will the second and third order peaks appear? I have already found that taking arcsin(2sin15) and arcsin(3sin15) get the correct answer. I just have no idea why!
richyw
  • richyw
the only formula my textbook gives is \[n \lambda=2dsin \theta \] It doesn't say what n is other that "an integer"
richyw
  • richyw
never mind, wikipedia explained it. super easy once I realized what n was.

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