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A model is proposed for calculating the Rayleigh‐wave velocity as obtained by an acoustic lens, taking into account the anisotropy of the material under study and the profile of the miniature acoustic probe. The results obtained by this model on different `cuts' of single‐crystal silicon agree...
Comments made by Hajdu & Herms (J. Appl. Cryst. (1986). 19, 198–199) on the original paper by Thijsse (J. Appl. Cryst. (1984). 17, 61–76) are replied to.
The powder data for p‐bromochlorobenzene/p‐dibromobenzene mixed crystals (pBCB)x(pDBB)1 −x at 293 K are reported; their thermal stability at 293 K is given. Vertical diffractometer, graphite monochromator, Cu Kα, λ = 1.54056 Å. They are all isomorphous, monoclinic, P21/a with Z = 2. a =...
The measurement of the mean‐square thermal displacement 〈u2〉 of carbon atoms in highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) in the hexagonal c direction is reported. Energy‐dispersive X‐ray diffraction (EDXD) has been used to study the integrated intensity of all Bragg reflections 004 through...
The crystal data of the title compound have been determined from single-crystal data Loub, Haase & Mergehenn (1979). Acta Cryst. B35, 3039-3041: C2/c, a = 14.828(8), b = 8.891(6), c = 10.023(7) A, = 129.13(3)Degrees, V = 1025.0(9) A3, Z = 4, Dm = 2.31(3), Dx = 2.27 Mg m-3. Power data obtained...
The oscillatory deviations with respect to the Porod asymptote, observed in the small-angle X-ray intensities scattered by some selenium ruby glasses, are explained in terms of a finite discontinuity of the second-order derivative of the correlation function. The best fit of the intensity allows...
The interpretation of a relationship between measured intensities and the radial distribution function given in the paper `The accuracy of experimental radial distribution functions for metallic glasses' Thijsse (1984). J. Appl. Cryst. 17, 61-76 is disputed.
The physical processes are examined which can be used for the detection of X‐rays in the range between about 3 and about 20 keV and for the positional localization of the incident photons. The criteria for choosing a detector for particular purposes are discussed in general terms. Specific...
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