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Instrumentation for Synchrotron X-Ray Powder Diffractometry

  • W. Parrish (a1), M. Hart (a1), C. G. Erickson (a1), N. Masciocchi (a1) and T. C. Huang (a1)...

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The instrumentation developed for poly crystalline diffractometry using the storage ring at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory is described. A pair of automated vertical scan diffractometers was used for a Si (111) channel monochromator and the powder specimens. The parallel beam powder diffraction was defined by horizontal parallel slits which had several times higher intensity than a receiving slit at the same resolution. The patterns were obtained with 2:1 scanning with’ a selected monochromatic beam, and an energy dispersive diffraction method in which the monochromator is step-scanned, and the specimen and scintillation counter are fixed. Both methods use the same instrumentation.

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Instrumentation for Synchrotron X-Ray Powder Diffractometry

  • W. Parrish (a1), M. Hart (a1), C. G. Erickson (a1), N. Masciocchi (a1) and T. C. Huang (a1)...

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