X-Ray Analysis: Operation and Theory Involved in Program 'DIFF'
Interim rept. May 1984-Mar 1985
DAYTON UNIV OH RESEARCH INST
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Program DIFF described in this report is a combination of several different software packages available in the public domain as well as specific modifications. Despers x-ray reduction programs with several additional analysis subroutines formed the basic problem until several major additions were incorporated. The addition of curve fitting, line broadening analysis, and degree of crystallinity subroutines changed the programs operation and appearance significantly. Recent additions of newer crystallographic advances and changes in the program operation stimulated the documenting of this software and the basic techniques incorporated into the program are described elsewhere, this report beings together all of the operation and theory currently used in the program. Keywords X ray diffaction Polymers Crystallinity Crystallites Curve fitting.
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