diffractometry


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diffractometry

(dɪˌfrækˈtɒmətrɪ)
n
the use of diffractometers to measure diffraction
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Scanning electron microscopic analysis and X-ray diffractometry of the calcined materials showed that neither the heating rate nor the final temperature affected the original morphology of the particles.
The mineral composition was determined using X-ray diffractometry (XRD) at the Center for Scientific Test of Jilin University, China.
The RM mineralogy, as shown by X-ray diffractometry, was dominated by plagioclases and pyroxens with ilmenite, magnetite, apatite and quartz as accessory minerals (Figure 1).
Macroscopic inspection, petrographic and analytical scanning electron microscopic (SEM) analysis and X-ray diffractometry (XRD) were performed to characterize mineral composition and paragenesis.
The crystalline structural of both the isolated biomass and the magnetic bio-composite were determined using X-ray diffractometry (Schimadzu-7000 diffractometer) that contains a copper target.
Phase was identified using X-Ray Diffractometry (XRD) (SHIMADZU 6000) that uses CuKa radiation at a scan speed of 3[degrees]/min.
1 using International Card for Diffractometry Data (ICDD) as reference and this result corresponds with the JCPDS file no 01-078-1996 and 01-079-1910 for kaolinite and quartz respectively [32].
Transmission Electron Microscopy and Diffractometry of Materials, Graduate Texts in Physics, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
The crystallinity of membranes was studied by recording the X-ray patterns of pure chitosan, PMAA, and their PEC membranes at room temperature using a Philips analytical X-ray diffractometry.
The crystal polymorphism of artocarpin and ArtN was determined by X-ray diffractometry (XRD) as previously described (Tzeng et al.
Quantification of crystalline (mineral) matter in some Turkish coals using interactive Rietveld-based X-ray diffractometry.