, Volume 48, Issue 14, pp 1285-1290
Date: 25 Nov 2012

Method of evolutionary structure-sensitive quantitative X-ray phase analysis of multiphase polycrystalline materials

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Abstract

A method of quantitative X-ray phase analysis (QXPA) based on multiobjective evolutionary optimization for automatization and increase in accuracy of QXPA that is based on full-profile analysis by the Rietveld method is proposed. The two-level genetic algorithm performs the probabilistic evolution of profile and structural parameters by the criterion of minimization of the profile R factor and controls their refinement by the method of full-profile difference-differential analysis (a version of the Rietveld method). The method of evolutional QXPA is discussed by an example of a test mixture of minerals that was used in Round Robin on QPA CPD IUCr.

Original Russian Text © I.S. Yakimov, A.N. Zaloga, L.A. Solov’ev, Ya.I. Yakimov, 2011, published in Zavodskaya Laboratoriya. Diagnostika materialov, 2011, Vol. 77, No. 1, pp. 29–34.