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what is principle of XRD?
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# 1
X-ray diffractionW (XRD) is a material characterization
technique that can be useful for analyzing the lattice
structure of a material. The basic principle behind XRD is
Bragg’s Law of diffraction.
 
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Kizar Ahamed
 
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# 2
n lambda = 2d sin theta 
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Kishore
 
 
 
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# 3
It is the characteristaion technique that will give size of the material , lattice parameter calculation of the particular material. each and every signal of the xrd follows the braggs law.then only it will be detected by the detector. based on the signal it ll play a role in the pattern. 
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