12 September 2014

X-ray diffraction

Last update: 12.IX.2014


1895

Description: discovery of x-rays.
Title: Secondary Radiation from Gases Subject to X-Rays
Language: English
Source: Philosophical Magazine, 6th ser., vol.5, 685–698., 1903

 Über eine neue Art von Strahlen. Sitzungsber. Der Würzburger Physik-Medic. Gesellsch. 137, 132–141 (1895)


1903

Description: showed that the scattering of x-rays by gases depends on the molecular weight of the gas
Title: Secondary Radiation from Gases Subject to X-Rays
Language: English
Source: Internet Archive - Philosophical Magazine, 6th ser., vol.5, 685–698., 1903

The Conduction of Electricity Through Gases (Cambridge, 1903), p. 270.

1904

Description: measured the fractional energy loss due to scattering
Title:  Energy of Secondary Röntgen Radiation
Language: English
Source: Internet Archive - Philosophical Magazine, 6th ser., 7 (May 1904), 543–560.

contrary to the general assumption:
E. Rutherford and R.K. McClung, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, A196 (1901), 38–39.

1905

Description: observed the polarization of x-rays – indication that they are electromagnetic radiation.
Title: Polarized Röntgen radiation
Language: English
Source: Gallica - Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. A 204 (1905), 467.

1906

Description: observed the polarization of x-rays – indication that they are electromagnetic radiation.
Title: Polarization in Secondary Röntegen Radiation
Language: English
Source:  Proceedings of the royal Society, A77 (Jan. 1906), 247–255.

“The Nature of X-Rays,” in Nature, 76 (31 Oct. 1907), 661–662,
“Secondary Röntgen Rays and Atomic weight,” in Nature, 73 (15 Feb. 1906), 365.
“The Atomic Weight of Nickel,” in Nature, 75 (14 Feb. 1907), 368.
Barkla and sadler, “secondary X-Rays and the Atomic weight of Nickel,” in Philosophical Magazine, 6th ser., 14 (Sept, 1907), 408–422.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, A217 (1917), 315–360. Foreshadowed in “Problems of Radiation,” in Nature, 94 (18 Feb. 1914), 671–672:

1907

Wien, W. Über eine berechnung der wellenlänge der Röntgenstrahlen aus dem Planckschen energie element. Nachrichten Kgl. Gesell. Wiss. GÖttingen 5, 598–601 (1907)



1908

Stark, J. The wavelength of Röntgen rays. Nature 77, 320 (1908)

 1912

Description: Discovery of the Diffraction of X-Rays in Crystals. Laue argued that if the regular structure of atoms was the characteristic property of crystals, hen the behavior of X radiation upon penetrating a crystal should be approximately the same as that of light upon striking a diffraction grating
Author: W. Friedrich, P. Knipping,, and M. Laue
Title: Interferenzerscheinungen bei Röntgenstrahlen
Language: English
Source:  Sitzungsberichte der Mathematisch-Physikalischen Classe der Königlich-Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu München , 1912, 2: 303-322


Laue, Eine quantitative Prüfung der Theorie für die Interferenzerscheinungen bei Röntgenstrahlen,      Sitzungsberichte der Mathematisch-Physikalischen Klasse der Königlich-Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu München, 1912,16

Sommerfeld, A. Über die Beugung der Röntgenstrahlen. Ann. Phys. 343, 473–506 (1912)

von Laue, M. Eine quantitative prüfung der theorie für die interferenz-erscheinungen bei Röntgenstrahlen. Sitzungsberichte der Kgl. Bayer. Akad. Der Wiss. 363–373 (1912)






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Description:
Author: B.D.Cullity
Title: Elements Of X Ray Diffraction
Language: English

Description:
Author: Dale Fitting
Title: High-energy, transmission x-ray diffraction for monitoring turbine-blade solidifaction
Language: English

1915 Bragg, X-rays and crystal structure Internet Archive