diffractometric

diffractometric

(dɪˌfræktəˈmɛtrɪk)
adj
of or relating to diffractometry
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Concerns about a variance approach to X-ray diffractometric estimation of microfibril angle in wood.
Bragg-Brentano reflection focusing, which is the most widely used diffractometric arrangement, was used during quantitative phase analysis [22].
In 1967, Furoda and Hashizume proposed X-ray diffractometric determination of hydrocortisone acetate in ointment, which consists of hydrocortisone acetate and some antibiotics such as chloramphenicol and tetracycline hydrochloride [2].
To emphasize the changes of crystalline phases evident, during the elaboration process of parts destined to machines building, substances where identified through X--ray diffractometric methods and sintered basalt parts.
Diffractometric high-temperature investigation of specimens in situ within temperature range 20-1100 [degrees]C was performed in helium, using high- temperature attachment UVD-2000.
The mineralogy of the clay ([is less than] 2 [micro]m) fraction was arrived at by X-ray diffractometric analysis using a Philips PW 1800 X-ray diffractometer (Philips Electronic Industries Ltd, Eindhoven, the Netherlands).
A variance approach to the X-ray diffractometric estimation of microfibril angle in wood.
X-ray diffractometric study of microcrystallite size of naturally colored cottons.