X-Ray Diffraction: A Practical Approach
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 29, 2013 - Technology & Engineering - 273 pages
In this, the only book available to combine both theoretical and practical aspects of x-ray diffraction, the authors emphasize a "hands on" approach through experiments and examples based on actual laboratory data.
Part I presents the basics of x-ray diffraction and explains its use in obtaining structural and chemical information.
In Part II, eight experimental modules enable the students to gain an appreciation for what information can be obtained by x-ray diffraction and how to interpret it.
Examples from all classes of materials -- metals, ceramics, semiconductors, and polymers -- are included. Diffraction patterns and Bragg angles are provided for students without diffractometers. 192 illustrations.
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Lattices and Crystal Structures
Practical Aspects of XRay Diffraction
Precise Lattice Parameter Measurements
Detection of LongRange Ordering
Determination of Crystallite Size and Lattice Strain
Quantitative Analysis of Powder Mixtures
Identification of an Unknown Specimen
Summary of Structure Factor Calculations
JCPDSICDD Card Numbers for Some Common
Phase Diagram Determination
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