## Abstract

This topic is rather mathematical, with sequences of differential equations. The discussion of Bloch waves given here follows the treatment of Hirsch *et al* (1977) which, in turn, was based on the original analysis of electron diffraction by Bethe (1928). The notation we will use closely follows that used by Bethe. Remember that **g** can be *any* reciprocal lattice vector, although we will also use it to represent a specific vector.

## Keywords

Periodic Potential SchrOdinger Equation Schr6dinger Equation Bloch Wave Reciprocal Lattice Vector
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## References

## General References

- Ashcroft, N.W. and Mermin, N.D. (1976)
*Solid State Physics*,W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia. Chapter 8 (27t/A, is used).Google Scholar - Howie, A. (1971) in
*Electron Microscopy in Materials Science*(Ed. U. Valdrè), p. 275, Academic Press, New York.Google Scholar - Kittel, C.J. (1986)
*Solid-State Physics*,6th edition, John Wiley*and*Sons, New York. Chapters 1, 10, and 11 are particularly relevant.Google Scholar - Metherell, A.J.F. (1975) in
*Electron Microscopy in Materials Science*,*II*(Eds. U. Valdrè and E. Ruedl), p. 397, CEC, Brussels. This is perhaps the clearest and most comprehensive article available on this subject (over 150 pages long).Google Scholar

## Specific References

- Hirsch, P.B., Howie, A., Nicholson, R.B., Pashley, D.W., and Whelan, M.J. (1977)
*Electron Microscopy of Thin Crystals*, 2nd edition, Krieger, Huntington, New York. Chapter 9.Google Scholar

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