The history of this method is to cover various
The Bragg’s equation does not explicitly tell
us about the directions in which diffraction
Laue equations make the directionality of the
process more obvious as we have a set of
three equations, one for each crystallographic
axis that must be simultaneously satisfied.
The Laue method is the oldest method of x-
A method of studying crystalline structures
by x-ray diffraction, in which a finely
collimated beam of polychromatic x-ray falls
on a single crystal whose orientation can be
set as desired, and diffraction of the beam
recorded on a photographic film.