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The title compound crystallizes in the orthorhombic system with a = 19.10, b = 19.06, c = 18.85 Å, V = 6862.3 Å3, Z = 8.
The thermal expansion of nadorite has been studied in the temperature range 295–123 K by determining the variations of the lattice parameters on an automated Philips PW 1100 single‐crystal diffractometer. The elements of the thermal‐expansion tensor at 295 K are: αa = 16 (2), αb = 17 (1)...
A new method of texture analysis is presented that possesses the main advantages of both the Bunge–Roe and Williams methods. The general relations between pole densities and orientation distribution are given as well as an example of the result that can be obtained when only a single incomplete...
The special features of X‐ray energy‐dispersive powder and single‐crystal diffraction using synchrotron radiation are discussed on the basis of experiments performed at the Deutsches Elektronen‐Synchrotron, DESY. The method is shown to be of particular value for fast structure...
The title compound crystallizes in the triclinic space group P1 with a = 5.98 (3), b = 13.80 (9), c = 5.86 (3) Å, α = 96.8 (3), β = 112.6 (3), γ = 87.5 (9)°, V = 442 (1) Å3. Powder data are given.
A chart has been constructed which shows accessible regions of reciprocal space when the angles between the crystal face and both the incident and diffracted beams are limited to ≥δ° and the normal to the crystal lace lies in the plane defined by the two beams. Both 'reflection' and...
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