Measurement Volume Considerations in X-Ray Microdiffraction Stress Analysis

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The Lorenz-polarization (LP) factor, which is used for x--ray intensity calculations from polycrystalline materials contains a term that describes the fraction of diffracting grains in the irradiated sample volume. We present extensions of this term and a series of experiments that tests its applicability. The implications of the analysis on microbeam diffraction are also discussed.

By: I. C. Noyan, S. K. Kaldor

Published in: Powder Diffraction, volume 19, (no 2), pages 104-9 in 2004

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