## 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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( 6-9 ) VN These expressions

standard pulses counted deviation ( percent ) 1,000 3.2 10,000 1.0 100,000 0.3

Probable error ( percent ) 2.1 0.7 0.2 Note that the error depends only on the

number of ...

( 6-9 ) VN These expressions

**give**the following errors : Number of Relativestandard pulses counted deviation ( percent ) 1,000 3.2 10,000 1.0 100,000 0.3

Probable error ( percent ) 2.1 0.7 0.2 Note that the error depends only on the

number of ...

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Therefore , СА W APS Cs PAWS Substitution of this relation into Eq . ( 12-13 )

relation between the weight fractions of A in the original and composite samples

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Therefore , СА W APS Cs PAWS Substitution of this relation into Eq . ( 12-13 )

**gives**ΙΑ ( 12-14 ) K5w4 Is if we is kept constant in all the composite samples . Therelation between the weight fractions of A in the original and composite samples

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The last column

diffraction peaks of the undisplaced sample . The last two rows

mean of the measurements and the extrapolated value of the lattice parameter an

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The last column

**gives**the value of the extrapolation function for the eightdiffraction peaks of the undisplaced sample . The last two rows

**give**the arithmeticmean of the measurements and the extrapolated value of the lattice parameter an

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