A Novel Sample-handling Approach for Xrd Analysis with Minimal Sample Preparation


Powder diffraction ideally requires a very large number of crystallites in random orientations to be exposed to the X-ray beam. This is obtained in laboratory instruments by grinding the sample to a very fine grain size (< 10 µm) or by using fine-grained polycrystalline solids. When non-ideal powders are being characterized, one must find a means of… (More)


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