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on: March 03, 2009, 08:04:39 am »

This simulation was created due to request from user: Bragg's Law and Diffraction

Initialize: 2*d \sin(\theta)= \lambda;
You can adjust d,\theta and \lambda (wavelength)
And you will find the outgoing waves only in phase at particular angle which satisfy
 2*d \sin(\theta)= n*\lambda
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