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An instrument and software algorithm are described for the purpose of characterization of large single crystals at the Alignment Facility of the ISIS spallation neutron source. A method for both characterizing the quality of the sample and aligning it in a particular scattering plane is...
Porous silicon layers with different porosities were prepared by adjusting the anodization current density of the electrochemical etching process, starting from highly doped p‐type crystalline silicon wafers. The microstructural parameters of the porous layers were assessed by high‐resolution...
Soaking of macromolecular crystals allows the formation of complexes via diffusion of molecules into a preformed crystal for structural analysis. Soaking offers various advantages over co‐crystallization, e.g. small samples and high‐throughput experimentation. However, this method has...
The hierarchical structures of poly(styrene‐ran‐butadiene) (SBR) rubber vulcanized with sulfur in a swollen state were investigated by using the contrast‐variation ultra‐small‐angle neutron scattering (USANS) and small‐angle neutron scattering (SANS) techniques. The following three levels of...
A sapphire single‐crystal gas‐pressure cell without external support allowing unobstructed optical access by neutrons has been developed and optimized for elastic in situ neutron powder diffraction using hydrogen (deuterium) gas at the high‐intensity two‐axis diffractometer D20 at the Institut...
An error in the article by Nagai, Anada, Nakanishi‐Ohno, Okada & Wakabayashi [J. Appl. Cryst. (2020), 53, 387–392] is corrected.
Laboratory X‐ray diffractometers play a crucial role in X‐ray crystallography and materials science. Such instruments still vastly outnumber synchrotron facilities and are responsible for most of the X‐ray characterization of materials around the world. The efforts to enhance the design and...
Errors in the article by Smilgies [J. Appl. Cryst. (2019), 52, 247–251] are corrected.
A novel method to estimate integral parameters of the orientation distribution function (ODF) in textured polycrystals from the wavelength‐resolved neutron transmission is presented. It is based on the expression of the total coherent elastic cross section as a function of the Fourier...
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