Abstract

Plane-wave multiple-scattering theory is used to analyze scattering in the near-Bragg region with Feynman diagram techniques. Approximate amplitudes of scattered orders are obtained as power series in 1/Q, where Q is the Klein–Cook Bragg parameter. Results are compared with the Klein–Cook computer solution.

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