P7.1.2.1 Bragg Reflection: Determining the Lattice Constants of Monocrystals

P7.1.2.1 Bragg Reflection: Determining the Lattice Constants of Monocrystals

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Bragg Reflection: Determining the Lattice Constants of Monocrystals

In the experiment P7.1.2.1, the Bragg reflection of Mo-Ka radiation (l = 71.080 pm) at NaCl and LiF monocrystals is used to determine the lattice constant. The Kb component of the X-ray radiation can be suppressed using a zirconium filter.

COMPONENTS OF EQUIPMENT SETS:

1 554 800 X-ray apparatus
1 554 861 X-ray tube, Mo
1 554 831 Goniometer
1 559 01 End-window counter with cable for α, β, γ and X-rays
1 554 77 LiF crystal for Bragg reflection
1 554 78 NaCl crystal for Bragg reflection
1 additionally required:
PC with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (x86 or x64)

EXPERIMENT INSTRUCTIONS CLICK HERE

Additional information

Weight 90 lbs
Dimensions 64 × 48 × 48 in
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