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Abstract

The paper reports on experience obtained with the use of an energy dispersive x-ray diffraction device which fixes the Bragg angle theta by means of a cone-shaped slit of width 0.1 mm and thus makes use of the total intensity of the diffraction cone. Diffracted radiation is collected by a large-surface germanium detector.

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Authors: BENEDICT U, JRC KARLSRUHE ESTAB. (GERMANY);DUFOUR C JRC KARLSRUHE ESTAB. (GERMANY), JRC KARLSRUHE ESTAB. (GERMANY)
Bibliographic Reference: HIGH TEMPERATURES-HIGH PRESSURES, VOL. 16 (1984), PP. 501-505
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