Programs for X-ray analysis of polycrystals
The developed set of programs realizes standard and original methods for processing polycrystalline spectra, namely, qualitative and quantitative phase analysis, determination of the parameters of the fine crystalline structure and macrostresses, and determination of the crystal structure by a diffractogram of a polycrystal. The use of these programs simplifies considerably and accelerates the performance of structural research.
KeywordsInterplanar Distance Packing Defect Spatial Group Isotropic Parameter Quantitative Phase Analysis
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