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Powder Diffraction Journal
Volume 1 – 1986

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 1 Number 1 – March 1986

Abstracts, Editorials, and International Reports from Powder Diffraction are now available online free of charge. To view the abstracts with option to purchase articles or login if you have a subscription, please visit Cambridge Journals Online.

CONTENTS

J. D. Hanawalt and H. W. Rinn
Identification of Crystalline Minerals (2)

J. D. Hanawalt
Manual Search/Match Methods for Powder Diffraction in 1986 (7)

L. Pauling
The Value of X-ray Powder Diffraction Patterns, and the Structure of Manganese-Aluminum Alloys with Apparent Icosahedral Symmetry (14)

A. M. Wims and G. G. Johnson, Jr.
Interactive Dialog for Phase Identification by X-ray Diffraction for the Johnson-Vand Program (16)

R. N. Roof, Z. Fisk, and J. L. Smith
Crystal Data for RuIn3 (20)

D. H. Filsinger and L. K. Frevel
Computer Automation of Structure-Sensitive Search-Match Algorithms for Powder Diffraction Analysis (22)

W. N. Schreiner
On the Need for Accurate Low Angle Alignment of Diffractometers (26)

R. G. Marquart
µPDSM: Mainframe Search/Match on an IBM PC (34)

H. F. McMurdie et al.
Methods of Producing Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns (40)

Y. Takayuchi and F. Nishi
Identification of the Polytype-like Modifications of Ca3GeO5 by Powder Diffraction (44)

G. J. McCarthy
Qualitative X-ray Phase Analysis of Lignite Gasification Ash. Illustration of a Strategy for the Analysis of Very Complex Solids (50)

A. Roberts
XRD Pattern of Rosasite (56)

Powder Diffraction – Notes for Authors (58)

JCPDS Task Group Cell Parameter Refinement Program Test Data (66)

New JCPDS/NBS Patterns (77)

DEPARTMENTS (100)

Computer Comments (114)

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 1 Number 2 – June 1986

Abstracts, Editorials, and International Reports from Powder Diffraction are now available online free of charge. To view the abstracts with option to purchase articles or login if you have a subscription, please visit Cambridge Journals Online.

CONTENTS

J. D. Hanawalt, H. W. Rinn, and L. K. Frevel
Chemical Analysis by X-ray Diffraction (2)

J. B. Cohen
The Measurement of Stresses in Composites (15)

C. O. Ruud, R. J. McDowell, and D. J. Snoha
An XRPD Investigation of a Face-Centered Cubic Metallic Plating (22)

V. Valvoda
Texture Correction in Phase Analysis and Thin Film Studies (28)

D. F. Mullica and E. Sappenfield
Powder Diffraction Data for Trans-Bis (Dimethylphenylphosphine) Bis (Pyrazole) Platinum, [Pt(C3H4N2)2{P(CH3)2(C6H5)}2] and Trans- (Tricyclohexylphosphino)-(Triethylphosphino) Platinum (II) Chloride, PtCl2P2C24H48 (33)

V. Touchard, M. Louër and D. Louër
Powder Diffraction Data of Polymorphic Phases of Dicesium Cadmium Tetraiodide Cs2CdI4 (35)

P. Bayliss
Quantitative Analysis of Sedimentary Minerals by Powder X-ray Diffraction (37)

B. Knob, J. Wanková, F. Moudrý and M. Kuba
X-ray Diffraction Analysis of NPK 12-19-19 Fertilizers (40)

U. Lambert and W. Eysel
New Copper (II)Rare Earth (III) Compounds I. Ternary Systems CuO- M2O3-TO2 (45)

R. Jenkins et al.
JCPDS – International Centre for Diffraction Data Sample Preparation Methods in X-ray Powder Diffraction (51)

H. F. McMurdie et al.
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns from the JCPDS Research Associateship (64)

DEPARTMENTS (78)

Calendar of Meetings (78)

Meeting Reports (80)

JCPDS-ICDD Subcommittee Activities (81)

Book Reviews (83)

Short Courses and Workshops (85)

General Announcements (87)

Computer Comments (88)

Commercial Announcements (90)

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 1 Number 3 – September 1986

Abstracts, Editorials, and International Reports from Powder Diffraction are now available online free of charge. To view the abstracts with option to purchase articles or login if you have a subscription, please visit Cambridge Journals Online.

CONTENTS

J. I. Langford, D. Louër, E. J. Sonneveld, and J. W. Visser
Applications of Total Pattern Fitting to a Study of Crystallite Size and Strain in Zinc Oxide Powder (211)

K. J. Moynihan, R. Proulx, and B. K. Windsor
Acquisition and Analysis of Powder X-ray Diffraction Data Using CALS Chromatographic Software (222)

M. J. Carr, W. F. Chambers, and D. Melgaard
A Search/Match Procedure for Electron Diffraction Data Based on Pattern Matching in Binary Bit Maps (226)

M. Skrobian, T. Havlik, and M. Havlik
Searching and Matching of X-ray Powder Diffraction Patterns Using a Programmable Calculator (235)

B. L. Davis
A Tubular Aerosol Suspension Chamber for the Preparation of Powder Samples for X-ray Diffraction Analysis (240)

B. L. Davis, L. R. Johnson, and T. Mebrahtu
X-ray Quantitative Analysis of Coal By the Reference Intensity Method (244)

U. Lambert and W. Eysel
New Copper (II) – Rare Earth (III) Compounds II. Crystal Chemistry of CuLn2Ge2O8, CuLn2Si4O12 and CuLn2Ge4O12 (256)

D. F. Mullica, E. L. Sappenfield, and J. E. Bradshaw
X-ray Powder Data for Sodium tri-aqua-hexa- (nicotinato-tri-mu-oxo- tri-chromium (III) perchlorate hexahydrate {Na[Cr3O(C6H5NO2)6 · (H2O)3] [ClO4]8 · C6H5NO2 · 6H2O} (261)

D. Louër et al.
Powder Diffraction Data of Neodymium Hydroxynitrate Nd(OH)2(NO3) · H2O (263)

H. F. McMurdie et al.
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns from the JCPDS Research Associateship (265)

DEPARTMENTS (276)

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 1 Number 4 – December 1986

Abstracts, Editorials, and International Reports from Powder Diffraction are now available online free of charge. To view the abstracts with option to purchase articles or login if you have a subscription, please visit Cambridge Journals Online.

CONTENTS

L. L. Wyman
A Mid-Century of Metallography – Retrospect and Aspect (287)

A. L. Dragoo
Standard Reference Materials for X-ray Diffraction. Part I. Overview of Current and Future Standard Reference Methods (294)

R. J. Matyi and R. Baboian
An X-ray Diffraction Analysis of the Patina of the Statue of Liberty (299)

R. Jenkins and W. N. Schreiner
Considerations in the Design of Goniometers for Use in X-ray Powder Diffraction (305)

P. J. Thatcher and G. P. Briner
The Application of X-ray Powder Diffraction to Forensic Science (320)

L. Zellmer, D. K. Smith, and B. Scheetz
Synthesis and Cell Refinement of Ba5LiTiNb9O30 and Ba2Na3GdNbl0O30 Ferroelectrics (325)

A. E. Dwight
The CaIn2-Type Structure in YAg0.4Ga1.6 (328)

J. Fitzpatrick
Powder X-ray Diffraction of Florencite-(Nd) (330)

P. Bayliss
X-ray Powder Data for Nissonite and Waylandite (331)

H. F. McMurdie et al.
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns from the JCPDS Research Associateship (334)

DEPARTMENTS (346)
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