X-Ray Standing wave Studies of Bulk Crystals, Thin Films and Interfaces
The basic principles of the x-ray standing wave technique and its application to surface studies have been treated by J. R. Patel in this same volume. In this chapter applications to bulk crystals, thin films and interfaces will be described. Some interesting perspectives coming from non-standard geometries such as back-reflection, grazing incidence and multiple diffraction will be also given.
KeywordsStanding Wave Bulk Crystal Garnet Crystal Gadolinium Gallium Garnet Standing Wave Pattern
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