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Combined analysis, Daniel Chateigner

Label
Combined analysis
Title
Combined analysis
Statement of responsibility
Daniel Chateigner
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book introduces and details the key facets of Combined Analysis - an x-ray and/or neutron scattering methodology which combines structural, textural, stress, microstructural, phase, layer, or other relevant variable or property analyses in a single approach. The text starts with basic theories related to diffraction by polycrystals and some of the most common combined analysis instrumental set-ups are detailed. Also discussed are microstructures of powder diffraction profiles; quantitative phase analysis from the Rietveld analysis; residual stress analysis for isotropic and anisotropic materials; specular x-ray reflectivity, and the various associated models
Member of
Cataloging source
IDEBK
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Chateigner, Daniel
Dewey number
548/.83
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QD75.3
LC item number
.C45 2010eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Chemistry, Analytic
  • Solid state chemistry
  • Crystals
  • Chemistry, Analytic
  • Crystals
  • Solid state chemistry
Label
Combined analysis, Daniel Chateigner
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Combined Analysis; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1. Some Basic Notions About Powder Diffraction; 1.1. Crystallite, grain, polycrystal and powder; 1.2. Bragg's law and harmonic reflections; 1.2.1. Bragg's law; 1.2.2. Monochromator; 1.2.3. Harmonic radiation components; 1.3. Geometric conditions of diffraction, Ewald sphere; 1.4. Imperfect powders; 1.5. Main diffraction line profile components; 1.5.1. Origin of g(x); 1.5.2. Origin of f(x); 1.5.3. Deconvolution-extraction of f(x) and g(x); 1.6. Peak profile parameters
  • 1.7. Modeling of the diffraction peaks1.7.1. Why do we need modeling?; 1.7.2. Modeling of a powder diffraction pattern; 1.8. Experimental geometry; 1.8.1. Curved Position Sensitive detector, asymmetric reflection geometry; 1.8.2. CCD or image plate detector, transmission geometry; 1.8.3. Curved-Area Position-Sensitive detector, transmission geometry; 1.9. Intensity calibration (flat-field); 1.9.1. Counts and intensity; 1.9.2. Flat-field; 1.9.3. PSD detector; 1.9.4. CAPS detector; 1.10. Standard samples; 1.10.1. Laboratory x-ray standards; 1.10.2. Neutron texture standards
  • 1.11. Probed thickness (penetration depth)Chapter 2. Structure Refinement by Diffraction Profile Adjustment (Rietveld Method); 2.1. Principle of the Rietveld method; 2.2. Rietveld-based codes; 2.3. Parameter modeling; 2.3.1. Background modeling; 2.3.2. Structure factor; 2.3.3. Crystallites' preferred orientation (texture) corrections; 2.3.4. Peak asymmetry; 2.3.5. Peak displacements; 2.3.6. Lorentz-polarization correction; 2.3.7. Volume, absorption, thickness corrections; 2.3.8. Localization corrections; 2.3.9. Microabsorption/roughness corrections; 2.3.10. Wavelength
  • 2.4. Crystal structure databases2.5. Reliability factors in profile refinements; 2.6. Parameter exactness; 2.7. The Le Bail method; 2.8. Refinement procedures; 2.8.1. Least squares; 2.8.2. Genetic or evolutionary algorithms; 2.8.3. Derivative difference minimization (DDM); 2.8.4. Simulated annealing; 2.9. Refinement strategy; 2.10. Structural determination by diffraction; 2.10.1. The phase problem in diffraction; 2.10.2. Patterson function; 2.10.3. Direct methods; 2.10.4. Direct space methods; 2.10.5. Fourier difference map; 2.10.6. Extension to aperiodic structures
  • Chapter 3. Automatic Indexing of Powder Diagrams3.1. Principle; 3.2. Dichotomy approach; 3.3. Criterions for quality; Chapter 4. Quantitative Texture Analysis; 4.1. Classic texture analysis; 4.1.1. Qualitative aspects of texture analysis; 4.1.2. Effects on diffraction diagrams; 4.1.3. Limitations of classic diagrams; 4.1.4. The Lotgering factor; 4.1.5. Representations of textures: pole figures; 4.1.6. Localization of crystallographic directions from pole figures; 4.1.7. Texture types; 4.2. Orientation distribution (OD) or orientation distribution function (ODF)
Control code
842854717
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 497 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118622643
Lccn
2010012973
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
462805
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)842854717
Label
Combined analysis, Daniel Chateigner
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Combined Analysis; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1. Some Basic Notions About Powder Diffraction; 1.1. Crystallite, grain, polycrystal and powder; 1.2. Bragg's law and harmonic reflections; 1.2.1. Bragg's law; 1.2.2. Monochromator; 1.2.3. Harmonic radiation components; 1.3. Geometric conditions of diffraction, Ewald sphere; 1.4. Imperfect powders; 1.5. Main diffraction line profile components; 1.5.1. Origin of g(x); 1.5.2. Origin of f(x); 1.5.3. Deconvolution-extraction of f(x) and g(x); 1.6. Peak profile parameters
  • 1.7. Modeling of the diffraction peaks1.7.1. Why do we need modeling?; 1.7.2. Modeling of a powder diffraction pattern; 1.8. Experimental geometry; 1.8.1. Curved Position Sensitive detector, asymmetric reflection geometry; 1.8.2. CCD or image plate detector, transmission geometry; 1.8.3. Curved-Area Position-Sensitive detector, transmission geometry; 1.9. Intensity calibration (flat-field); 1.9.1. Counts and intensity; 1.9.2. Flat-field; 1.9.3. PSD detector; 1.9.4. CAPS detector; 1.10. Standard samples; 1.10.1. Laboratory x-ray standards; 1.10.2. Neutron texture standards
  • 1.11. Probed thickness (penetration depth)Chapter 2. Structure Refinement by Diffraction Profile Adjustment (Rietveld Method); 2.1. Principle of the Rietveld method; 2.2. Rietveld-based codes; 2.3. Parameter modeling; 2.3.1. Background modeling; 2.3.2. Structure factor; 2.3.3. Crystallites' preferred orientation (texture) corrections; 2.3.4. Peak asymmetry; 2.3.5. Peak displacements; 2.3.6. Lorentz-polarization correction; 2.3.7. Volume, absorption, thickness corrections; 2.3.8. Localization corrections; 2.3.9. Microabsorption/roughness corrections; 2.3.10. Wavelength
  • 2.4. Crystal structure databases2.5. Reliability factors in profile refinements; 2.6. Parameter exactness; 2.7. The Le Bail method; 2.8. Refinement procedures; 2.8.1. Least squares; 2.8.2. Genetic or evolutionary algorithms; 2.8.3. Derivative difference minimization (DDM); 2.8.4. Simulated annealing; 2.9. Refinement strategy; 2.10. Structural determination by diffraction; 2.10.1. The phase problem in diffraction; 2.10.2. Patterson function; 2.10.3. Direct methods; 2.10.4. Direct space methods; 2.10.5. Fourier difference map; 2.10.6. Extension to aperiodic structures
  • Chapter 3. Automatic Indexing of Powder Diagrams3.1. Principle; 3.2. Dichotomy approach; 3.3. Criterions for quality; Chapter 4. Quantitative Texture Analysis; 4.1. Classic texture analysis; 4.1.1. Qualitative aspects of texture analysis; 4.1.2. Effects on diffraction diagrams; 4.1.3. Limitations of classic diagrams; 4.1.4. The Lotgering factor; 4.1.5. Representations of textures: pole figures; 4.1.6. Localization of crystallographic directions from pole figures; 4.1.7. Texture types; 4.2. Orientation distribution (OD) or orientation distribution function (ODF)
Control code
842854717
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 497 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118622643
Lccn
2010012973
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
462805
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)842854717

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