Use of X-rays to study the atomic scattering factors of the components of titanium carbide and the defect concentration of its structure
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It is found that, for sin θ/λ≤0.6, the atomic scattering factors of Ti and C in titanium carbide differ from the corresponding quantities for neutral atoms. These deviations are apparently due to changes in the state of the Ti and C atoms, accompanying the formation of the titanium carbide structure.
The defect concentration of the TiC structure, calculated from experimental data measured with sin θ/λ ≥0.65, agrees with the chemical analysis results.
KeywordsExperimental Data Titanium Chemical Analysis Carbide Neutral Atom
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