THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON LOCAL ORDER DIFFUSE SCATTERING FROM ALLOYS. PART I. Technical Report 60-1 on ARMY DIFFRACTION STUDIES

@inproceedings{Walker1960THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON LOCAL ORDER DIFFUSE SCATTERING FROM ALLOYS. PART I. Technical Report 60-1 on ARMY DIFFRACTION STUDIES},
  author={Christopher J. Walker and David T. Keating},
  year={1960}
}
The theory of the diffuse scattering of x rays from binary alloys with local order was extended to include explicitly the effects of thermal vibrations. By adopting certain simplifying assumptions about the lattice vibrations, it is found that the thermal effects can be expressed in the form of appropriate Debye- Waller factors modifying the usual diffuse scattering terms. Experimental measurements verify the predicted general nature and magnitude of the temperature effect. Neglect of this… CONTINUE READING