Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 38 by Robert L. Snyder, Bin-Jiang Chen (auth.), Paul K.

By Robert L. Snyder, Bin-Jiang Chen (auth.), Paul K. Predecki, D. Keith Bowen, John V. Gilfrich, Charles C. Goldsmith, Ting C. Huang, Ron Jenkins, I. Cev Noyan, Deane K. Smith (eds.)

Exact Modeling of measurement and pressure Broadening within the Rietveld Refinement: The 'DoubleVoigt' procedure (D. Balzar). In vivo Xray Fluorescence of Lead and different poisonous hint components (D.R. Chettle). Xray Diffraction research of PM10 Aerosols Extracted by means of Ultrasound (B.L. Davis, H. Chen). overall Electron Yield (TEY): a brand new strategy for Quantitative Xray research (H. Ebel). Manufacture and Use of establishing Samples (F.R. Feret). utilized Crystallography within the Scanning Electron Microscope utilizing a CCD Detector (R.P. Goehner, J.R. Michael). hint research through TXRF (R.S. Hockett). An in situ XRD process for Annealing Investigations (D.E. Hoylman, S.C. Axtell). edition of the EGS4 Monte Carlo Code for the layout of a Polarized resource for Xray Fluorescence research of Platinum and different Heavy Metals in vivo (D.G. Lewis). 3D Graphing of XRF Matrix Correction Equations (A.J. Klimasara). Environmental components Contributing to the physique Burden of Lead as made up our minds via in vivo Xray Fluorescence (S.J.S. Ryde). research of Residual Stresses in a Sleeve Coldworked Lug Specimen via Neutron and Xray Diffraction (R. Lin). Picosecond Xray Diffraction: method and purposes (P.M. Rentzepis). The Characterization of Microtexture through Orientation Mapping (R.A. Schwarzer). seventy nine extra articles. Index.

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For 10° take off angle about 4 x 104 Cu Ka photons per cm2 per second were delivered to the sample. In this arrangement the x-ray illuminated area on the sample surface was a strip 25 mm high and the width was determined by the incident angle and openings of both slits. The reflected beam also formed a vertical image spatially resolved by the CCD. The spot on the sample illuminated by the UV beam was 2-3 mm diameter, which is larger than the horizontal size of the x-ray beam and much smaller then its vertical size.

Cooper and K. Taylor. Acta. Cryst. A25 714 (1969). S. K. Kirby, RE. D. Desai. Thermophysical Properties of Matter. Plenum Press, New York (1975). PICOSECOND X-RAY DIFFRACI10N: SYSTEM AND APPLICATIONS I. V. Tomov, P. Chen and P. M. Rentzepis' Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine CA 92717 ABSTRACT We report the development of a novel, pulsed x-ray diffraction system with picosecond time resolution. The system has been used to study the heat transport in gold, platinum and silicon crystals heated by 10 ps, 193 nm laser pulses.

The system has been used to study the heat transport in gold, platinum and silicon crystals heated by 10 ps, 193 nm laser pulses. Further developments and applications of time resolved picosecond x-ray diffraction are discussed. 1. INTRODUCTION X-ray diffraction has been used for many years to study the structural properties of crystalline and to some extent amorphous materials on the atomic scale. One of the basic advantages of x-ray diffraction is that to a large extent x-rays interact weakly with matter and therefore provide an ideal, non-destructive, probe for structural studies of bulk as well of surfaces.

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