Computerized System for Quantitative X-ray Diffraction Analysis of Pyrite in Coal.
Schehl RR; Friedel RA
NTIS: PB 221 867 :9 pages
The Bureau of Mines has developed a quantitative analysis for pyrite in coal by x-ray diffraction that can be accomplished in little more than 1 hour. To minimize the sample analysis time, data processing has been completely computerized with pertinent output information displayed on a vr12 cathode-ray tube display. Use of this computerized system is not only advantageous during the experimental stages of the pyrite analysis project, but would also be essential if the x-ray diffraction procedure is accepted as a standard method of analysis.
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