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AcronymDefinition
XRDX-Ray Diffraction
XRDX-Ray Diffractometer
XRDCrossroad
XRDXML (Extensible Markup Language) Resource Definition (programming language files)
XRDX-Ray Diode
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To run the instrumentation and acquire the x-ray diffraction data, Dosch's researchers use "spec", a popular program from Certified Scientific Software.
Choi (1970-1995) Neutron diffraction, x-ray diffraction, energetic material structures, residual stress, texture.
The disorder was responsible for the difficulty of determining the structures using x-ray diffraction, even with the use of a single crystal.
The Curators of the University of Missouri, a public organization, hereinafter referred to as University , proposes to contract with an organization, company, or individual, hereinafter referred to as Contractor , whereby the contractor shall provide protein X-Ray diffraction system
If all the faces of the pseudo-apatitic unit ABCD are hydrated, this completely hydrated unit may be used as a possible model for ACP and/or for hydrated tricalcium phosphates, which also exhibit an apatitic x-ray diffraction pattern.
The scope of this solicitation is for a successful vendor to furnish and deliver an X-ray diffraction apparatus and related equipment to Francis Marion University as specified within Section III.
His other contributions included a structure refinement of tricalcium aluminate, a principal clinker phase, using x-ray diffraction.
X-ray diffraction studies at Cornell University in 1993 showed that sulfur assumes different crystal structures at high pressures.
Contract notice: Two-dimensional detector for x-ray diffraction for lab cnrs ipanema.
Despite the well-documented existence of these varied approaches, many reported texture measurements on electronic materials are based solely on the relative intensities of conventional [theta]-2[theta] x-ray diffraction peaks, which typically yield inaccurate results.
At the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble, France, the scientists used X-ray diffraction to map out the pattern of stresses and strains created by high pressure on the diamond tips.