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A Kratky small-angle X-ray camera was modified so as to allow the use of a one-dimensional (one-dimensional) position-sensitive detector (PSD) with it. The modification was designed in such a way that most of the calibrations, necessary for subsequent correction of the collected intensity data,...
The diffraction aspect and rough cell parameters of a crystal to be studied are usually known before mounting the crystal on a diffractometer. Such data are used for orientation purposes in the method described. An ordered list of indexed 2θ values is calculated from which an optimum 2θ for a...
A technique is described using the Science Research Council's general‐purpose microfilm recorder to produce computer‐simulated electron microscope images on microfiche. An example is given of the technique applied to a high‐resolution image of the mineral wollastonite.
The lattice parameters of V0.977Mo0.02302 in the vicinity of the semiconductor‐to‐metal phase transition have been determined with a Bond‐type diffractometer. The transition extends over a temperature range of 0.1 K; and the concomitant volume change, 0.142%, is more than three times as large as...
Crystal data for 5-hydroxy-7-methyl-1,4-naphthoquinone, C11H8O3, are reported. The crystal is monoclinic with space group P2, Pm or P2/m.
The temperature factor (B = 0.70 A2) and atomic parameter (x = 0.305) were determined by comparing the observed and calculated powder diffraction data for synthetic -PbO2. This material is tetragonal with a = 4.961 (2), c = 3.385 (2) A, and space group P4/mnm.
A technique is described using the Science Research Council's general-purpose microfilm recorder to produce computer-simulated electron microscope images on microfiche. An example is given of the technique applied to a high-resolution image of the mineral wollastonite.
The construction and performance of a neutron Weissenberg camera for temperatures down to 4 K is described. Exposure times are similar to the X-ray case. The background from the cryostat walls can be eliminated. Examples of applications in the fields of magnetic structures which are...
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