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Direct Measurement of the Angular Dependence of the Imaginary Part of the Atomic Scattering Factor of Germanium

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In the dynamical theory of the anomalous transmission of x-rays through perfect thick crystals, the ratio of transmitted intensity to incident intensity depends upon [1 − Kf″Gehkl)/f″Ge(0°)] exponentially. Here K is the polarization factor and the f″Gehkl) and f″Ge(0°) are the imaginary parts of the atomic scattering factors of germanium at the angle θhkl and 0°, respectively. This paper describes the measurement of the ratio f″Gehkl)/f″Ge for several different sets of planes in nearly perfect germanium crystals.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 2 )