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An ultra-high-vacuum chamber for high-temperature X-ray diffractometry.
Krug-MP; McCune-RA; Romans-PA
J Appl Crystallography 1971 Apr; 4(2):151-155
An attachment to a horizontal goniometer for x-ray powder diffraction at temperatures up to about 2,000 deg c in a vacuum in the 10-9 torr range is described. Specimen heating is by direct contact to a resistance strip heater with provision for electron beam heating. Temperature measurement is by thermocouple or optical pyrometer. High-temperature parameter measurements on vanadium are presented as one of the examples of the capability of the apparatus.
OP; Journal Article
Issue of Publication
Journal of Applied Crystallography
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