## 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 probable error * in a single count is 67 Probable error = 0.67 ( relative o )

Relative standard pulses counted deviation (

100,000 0.3 ...

The probable error * in a single count is 67 Probable error = 0.67 ( relative o )

**percent**. ( 6-9 ) VN These expressions give the following errors : Number ofRelative standard pulses counted deviation (

**percent**) 1,000 3.2 10,000 1.0100,000 0.3 ...

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But ordering can also take place in alloys containing somewhat more , or

somewhat less , than 25 atomic

Fig . 10-8 . In an ordered alloy containing somewhat more than 25 atomic

gold ...

But ordering can also take place in alloys containing somewhat more , or

somewhat less , than 25 atomic

**percent**gold , as shown by the phase diagram ofFig . 10-8 . In an ordered alloy containing somewhat more than 25 atomic

**percent**gold ...

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where W , and We denote the relative weights of a and B if x , y , and z are

expressed in weight

ß in the alloy varies linearly with composition from 0 at point x to 1 at point y .

where W , and We denote the relative weights of a and B if x , y , and z are

expressed in weight

**percent**. It follows from Eq . ( 11-3 ) that the weight fraction ofß in the alloy varies linearly with composition from 0 at point x to 1 at point y .

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