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Only the Bragg case for thick crystals will be considered here. The asymptotic values of A, B, and C are , , and , respectively, so that For BCx small, the integrated intensity, , is given by For BCx large, It can be shown that the parameter g (which has no relation to the parameter g used to describe the mosaicblock distribution) used by Zachariasen (1945) in discussing this case is equal to −μ/2NCF. Hence, on his y scale, The value he obtained is I_{B} = 8/3[1 − 2g], while Sabine & Blair (1992) found I_{B} = 8/3[1 − 2.36g].
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