X-rays Can Be Diffracted From Crystals Like The Diffraction Of Light From A Grating. The Crystal Grating For X-rays Has A Grasting Element  

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X-rays can be diffracted from crystals like the diffraction of light from a grating. The crystal grating for X-rays has a grasting element  


Correct option is

Equal to the distance between any two nearest atoms 

The correct answer is (a) because a crystal acts as a ‘natural grating’ forX-rays as the distance between two neighbouring atoms in a crystal is of the order of the wavelength of X-rays, namely, about 1 Å.



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