Analysis of atomic structure and structural imperfections of ZnTe and (Zn,Mn)Te nanowires

@inproceedings{Kotrl2008AnalysisOA,
  title={Analysis of atomic structure and structural imperfections of ZnTe and (Zn,Mn)Te nanowires},
  author={Marek Kotrl{\'y} and Veronika Grunwaldova and Ivana Turkova and Wolfgang Neumann and Holm Kirmse and Slawomir Kret and Piotr Dluzewski and Elżbieta Janik and Adam Presz and G. Karczewski and Tomasz W{\'o}jtowicz and Wojciech Zaleszczyk and Andreas Leineweber},
  year={2008}
}
X-ray diffraction is an important technique of forensic practise for accurate phase analysis of soil, pigments, explosives, drugs, etc. Recently, X-ray Powder Microdiffraction (micro-XRPD) has been applying predominantly, allowing analyses of very small samples. The analysed area is approaching to a size of surfaces examined by microscopic techniques, light microscopy, SEM/EDS, etc., routinely used in forensic practice. Combination of these techniques provides complementary information. Micro… CONTINUE READING
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