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Corrections are given to J. Appl. Cryst. (1974). 7, 309–310.
A single‐crystal diffractometer has been constructed for use with γ‐radiation of wavelengths down to λ = 0.03 Å. The relative line width at room temperature of the 412 keV line of radioactive gold is Δλ/λ = 10−6. The angular divergence of the primary beam in the scattering plane is...
In neutron single‐crystal diffractometry integrated intensities are usually measured by rotating the specimen through the reflecting position. It is possible, however, to produce a monochromatic beam with properties that allow intensity measurement with a fixed specimen. For this bent...
A drum‐scanning microdensitometer has been automated with a minicomputer equipped with a magnetic disk memory. Part of the disk is used for temporary data storage, in a manner allowing rapid retrieval. X‐ray diffraction photographs from macromolecular crystals can be measured at rates up to...
Based on statistical data of 21 rhombohedral structure types, a systematic procedure has been developed for the rapid unique indexing of rhombohedral powder diffraction patterns. The key to the graphical method is a novel semilogarithmic chart of log dversus 1 − tan2 (α/2) with α ranging from...
The construction and successful operation of a Laue‐case skew‐symmetric two‐crystal X‐ray interferometer is described. The alignment is accomplished with an auxiliary X‐ray beam, which is multiply reflected by both interferometer parts. As expected, the skew‐symmetric two‐crystal...
In the X‐ray scattering from amorphous materials, the coherent‐peak profile overlapped with part of the Compton distribution can be directly obtained at each (sin θ)/λ, with an energy‐dispersive detector and multichannel pulse‐height analyzer combination adapted to an X‐ray...
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