- noun (written as Bragg’s law)an equation for predicting the angle at which X-rays reflected from a crystal will be most intense
- A mathematical correlation of the relationship between the angles and intensities of reflection by the atoms in a crystal lattice, when irradiated with X-rays or neutrons, and the structure of said lattice. Also known as Bragg's equation.
- synonym Bragg's equation
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