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The X-rays cannot be diffracted by means of an ordinary grating because of (a) High speed (b) Short wavelength (c) Large wavelength (d) None of these



The X-rays cannot be diffracted by means of an ordinary grating because of


        (a)    High speed


        (b)    Short wavelength


(c)    Large wavelength


(d)    None of these


Grade:10

1 Answers

Amit Saxena
35 Points
7 years ago

(b)

We know that the X-rays are of short wavelength as compared to grating constant of optical grating. As a result of this, it makes difficult to observe X-rays diffraction with ordinary grating.

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