## Elements of X-ray Diffraction Intended to acquaint the reader with the theory of x-ray diffraction, the experimental methods involved, and the main applications. The book is a collection of principles and methods stressing X-ray diffraction rather than metallurgy. |

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The

as small as possible , and the

large as possible . The absorption efficiency Eabs expressed as a

given ...

The

**fraction**of the incident radiation absorbed by the window fabs.w should beas small as possible , and the

**fraction**absorbed by the detector itself fabs , o aslarge as possible . The absorption efficiency Eabs expressed as a

**fraction**, isgiven ...

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1 A = rA - FA S ( 10-13 ) 1 - F wherer ra

atoms , i.e. , A atoms , and FA =

range order is perfect , ľa 1 by definition , and therefore S = 1. When the atomic ...

1 A = rA - FA S ( 10-13 ) 1 - F wherer ra

**fraction**of A sites occupied by the “ right "atoms , i.e. , A atoms , and FA =

**fraction**of A atoms in the alloy . When the long -range order is perfect , ľa 1 by definition , and therefore S = 1. When the atomic ...

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component ( area of 55 ° peak ) For the aluminum wire , this calculation led to

volume

that this ...

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**fraction**of [ 111 ] component ( area of 70 ° peak ) Volume**fraction**of [ 100 ]component ( area of 55 ° peak ) For the aluminum wire , this calculation led to

volume

**fractions**of 0.85 for the [ 111 ] component and 0.15 for the [ 100 ] . Notethat this ...

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