Advances in Structure Research by Diffraction Methods. by R. Brill and R. Mason (Eds.)

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This is indeed what is observed experimentally [20, 21] and is shown on fig. 22. 2a 2b 3a 3b 1 Fig. 8 mm. Ewald Waves in Theory and Experiment 35 The pencil of rays isolated by the slit / is of course not a plane wave, but since its angular width (MM* in reciprocal space — fig. 17) is very narrow, it can be considered as a good approximation for a plane wave and the experiment demonstrates the double refraction of X-rays. It also proves that the wave-fields have a physical reality and, so to speak, materializes the two Ewald waves which are solutions of the propa­ gation equation (1-6-1).

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