Laue, Max Theodor Felix von (1879–1960)
A Laue pattern is a symmetrical array of spots obtained on a photographic plate exposed to a non-homogeneous beam of X-rays after its passage through a crystal. The patterns constitute the earliest, although one of the most difficult, methods of investigating crystal structure by means of X-rays.
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