- Parent Category: 06 Quantum Physics
- Category: 02 Nuclear
- Created: Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:51
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:51
- Published: Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:51
- Written by Fremont
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Initialize: 2*d sin(cta)= lambda;
You can adjust d,cta and lambda (wavelength)
And you will find the outgoing waves only in phase at particular angle which satisfy
2*d sin(cta)= n*lambda Bragg diffraction occurs when radiation, with a wavelength comparable to atomic spacings, is scattered in a specular fashion by the atoms of a crystalline system, and undergoes constructive interference Bragg's law, which describes the condition on θ for the constructive interference to be at its strongest: 2*d*sinθ = n λ where n is a positive integer and λ is the wavelength of the incident wave
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Fu-Kwun Hwang; Fremont Teng; Loo Kang Wee
Sample Learning Goals
Drag the sliders to adjust their respective variables.
(Adjusting the d slider)
(Adjusting the theta slider)
(Adjusting the lambda slider)
Toggling Full Screen
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Play/Pause and Reset Buttons
Plays/Pauses and resets the simulation.