Interactive Tutorial about Diffraction
Current version: 2.1
This is a pictorial guide to crystal structures and their Fourier
transforms useful for teaching diffraction physics. The examples of
structures and their Fourier transform, presented in this tutorial,
have grown from courses on diffraction physics taught at the
Department of Crystallography in München, the
Crystallography in Würzburg and now at the
group in Erlangen. The
interactive examples were first developed for a class on
scattering taught at the Physics
department at Michigan State
to run the interactive examples.
News and downloading:
PROFFEN, TH., NEDER, R.B.
& BILLINGE, S.J.L.
J. Appl. Cryst. (2001), 34, 767-770
|© Th. Proffen and R.B. Neder, 2003|