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Description: This resource is a video guide, which shows how to obtain a diffraction pattern of a powder with the help of X-Ray diffractometer. The video covers a sample praparation, sample placement, and the measurement of 2theta angles of diffracted by the sample X-rays. X-ray diffraction is a non-destructive analytical characterisation technique employed to identify crystalline phases which may be present in the sample. It also determines structural properties, such as defects, epitaxy, grain size, phase composition and preferred orientation.
Keywords: X-ray diffraction • X-ray • diffraction • crystalline phases • epitaxy • grain size • phase composition • preferred orientation • Braggs' law • Hydroxyapatite powder • video
Categories: Science approaches > Structure, bonding & defects > Crystal structure
Processes > Shaping > Powder methods
Testing, analysis & experimentation > Diffraction
Created by: Dr Adrian Boyd, NIBEC, University of Ulster
Alan Barclay, NIBEC, University of Ulster
Balal Tariq, NIBEC, University of Ulster
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Date created: 17 September 2010
Date added: 20 July 2011
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Resource ID: 3678