## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2; Volume 19, Part 1 |

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Both use counting statistics to determine the statistical error in a stress

( Quesnel et al . , 1978 ) when many samples or test conditions must be

examined .

Both use counting statistics to determine the statistical error in a stress

**measurement**. ... many**measurements**are required , such as in studies of fatigue( Quesnel et al . , 1978 ) when many samples or test conditions must be

examined .

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METHODS OF LOCATION OF THE DIFFRACTION PEAK The centroid of a

diffraction peak has been used in x - ray stress

1959 ; Pike and Wilson , 1959 ; Singh and Balasingh , 1971 ; Baucum and

Ammons ...

METHODS OF LOCATION OF THE DIFFRACTION PEAK The centroid of a

diffraction peak has been used in x - ray stress

**measurements**( Ladell et al . ,1959 ; Pike and Wilson , 1959 ; Singh and Balasingh , 1971 ; Baucum and

Ammons ...

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This is in contrast to various

carriers , where entropy terms have to be ... and capture cross sections ) are

therefore based on junction

al .

This is in contrast to various

**measuring**techniques based on thermal excitation ofcarriers , where entropy terms have to be ... and capture cross sections ) are

therefore based on junction

**measurements**, such as photocapacitance ( Sah etal .

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### Contents

R JAMES | 2 |

Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

Copyright | |

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