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The influence of thickness‐shear vibrations on the process of neutron diffraction by the lattice of quartz single crystals is investigated. Qualitative interpretation of the experimental data is carried out on the basis of the dynamical theory of neutron diffraction by vibrating single crystals.
An analytical method for calculating the misorientation between two crystals is described. The orientation of each crystal is obtained from simple measurements on two pairs of Kikuchi lines on a selected‐area diffraction pattern. A computer program calculates the components of the basis axes of...
Four new long‐chain polyphosphates are described: BaMn(PO3)4, BaCd(PO3)4, BaCa(PO3)4 and BaHg(PO3)4. All are monoclinic (P21/n) and belong to a new type of structure. Chemical preparations and crystal data are given.
The chemical preparation of CuKPO4.H2O is described and crystal data given. CuKPO4.H2O is monoclinic with a = 10.538, b = 6.783, c = 6.721 Å, β=93.01 °. The space group is P21/c.
An attractive use of a convergent‐beam camera is described. Its advantages, with respect to classical methods, are pointed out. The short exposure time provided by this device is very useful in the selection and detailed study of polytypic crystals. Some X‐ray photographs obtained from a...
The unit‐cell parameters and indexed powder patterns are reported for the title compounds. Both these compounds are new; they crystallize in the triclinic system.
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