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Electron backscatter diffraction

About: Electron backscatter diffraction is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 15184 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 317847 citation(s). The topic is also known as: EBSD.

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01 Jan 1956
TL;DR: In this article, the authors present a chemical analysis of X-ray diffraction by Xray Spectrometry and phase-diagram Determination of single crystal structures and phase diagrams.
Abstract: 1. Properties of X-rays. 2. Geometry of Crystals. 3. Diffraction I: Directions of Diffracted Beams. 4. Diffraction II: Intensities of Diffracted Beams. 5. Diffraction III: Non-Ideal Samples. 6. Laure Photographs. 7. Powder Photographs. 8. Diffractometer and Spectrometer. 9. Orientation and Quality of Single Crystals. 10. Structure of Polycrystalline Aggregates. 11. Determination of Crystal Structure. 12. Precise Parameter Measurements. 13. Phase-Diagram Determination. 14. Order-Disorder Transformation. 15. Chemical Analysis of X-ray Diffraction. 16. Chemical Analysis by X-ray Spectrometry. 17. Measurements of Residual Stress. 18. Polymers. 19. Small Angle Scatters. 20. Transmission Electron Microscope.

17,396 citations

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01 Oct 1971-Nature
TL;DR: Lipson and Steeple as mentioned in this paper interpreted X-ray powder diffraction patterns and found that powder-diffraction patterns can be represented by a set of 3-dimensional planes.
Abstract: Interpretation of X-ray Powder Diffraction Patterns . By H. Lipson and H. Steeple. Pp. viii + 335 + 3 plates. (Mac-millan: London; St Martins Press: New York, May 1970.) £4.

1,782 citations

01 Jan 1963
TL;DR: In the formalism of Newman-Penrose, a family of exact solutions of the Einsteirr-Maxwell equations of the type of Bertotti-Robinson is obtained with a cosmological term belonging to the degenerate type D in the algebraic classification of Petrov.
Abstract: It has been noted that the family of plane electromagnetic waves and the "electromagnetic universe" of Bertotti--Robinson exhaust the entire class of conformally flat Einsteirr-Maxwell spaces. In the formalism of Newman--Penrose a family of exact solutions of the Einstein--Maxwell equations of the type of Bertotti--Robinson is obtained with a cosmological term belonging to the degenerate type D in the algebraic classification of Petrov and describing the space--time generated by a covariantly constant, nonisotropic electromagnetic field.

1,376 citations

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