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Powder Diffraction Journal
Volume 10 – 1995

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 10 Number 1 – March 1995

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CONTENTS

Deane K. Smith, Gregory J. McCarthy, Jan W. Visser, Brian H. O’Connor, and Hideo Toraya
Editorial: Rietveld analysis and data for the powder diffraction file (1)

N. R. Khasanova, A. V. Mironov, and E. V. Antipov
Incommensurately modulated structure of Bi2Sr2Eu1.3Ce0.7Cu2O10.17 refined from X-ray powder data (2)

V. Stepanov and B. Bondars
The automation of DRON diffractometers (7)

W. Wong-Ng, C. S. Choi, and L. P. Cook
Microstructural effect on corrosion of tungsten in SF6 environment (8)

Paolo Ballirano, Adriana Maras, Peter R. Buseck, Su Wang, and Ann M. Yates
Improved powder X-ray data for cancrinites II: Liottite and sacrofanite (13)

Patricia Bénard, Jean Paul Auffrédic, and Daniel Louër
An X-ray powder diffraction study of amine zinc hydroxide nitrate (20)

Walter N. Schreiner
A standard test method for the determination of RIR values by X-ray diffraction (25)

Naoaki Sudo, Hiroo Hashizume, and Carlos A. M. Carvalho
Test of maximum-entropy methods to solve a small structure ab initio from powder diffraction data (34)

Cem Basceri, A. Cuneyt Tas, and Muharrem Timucin
Characterization of new solid solution phases in (Y,Ca)(Cr,Co)O3 system (40)

O. Greis, R. Ziel, B. Breidenstein, A. Haase, and T. Petzel
Structural data of the tysonite-type superstructure modification Beta-PrF3 from X-ray powder and electron single-crystal diffraction (44)

Steve J. Chipera and David L. Bish – Multireflection RIR and intensity normalizations for quantitative analyses: Applications to feldspars and zeolites (47)

Winnie Wong-Ng – Structures and X-ray diffraction pattens of compounds in Sr-Nd-Cu-O system (56)

International Report

Calendar of Meetings (67)

Computer Comments (68)

Cumulative Author Index (74)

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 10 Number 2 – June 1995

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CONTENTS

Deane K. Smith
Editorial: Are there powder diffraction data in your closet? (75)

Y. C. Jie, W. Eysel
New phases and solid solutions in the systems PbO-Bi2O3-P2O5/As2O5/V2O5 (76)

D. Louër, M. Sundberg, P. E. Werner, V. P. Filonenko, and I. P. Zibrov
On the microstructure of a high-pressure phase of W3O8 (81)

R. Cerný, K. Yvon, T. I. Yanson, M. B. Manyako, and O. I. Bodak
Rietveld refinement of the crystal structures of hexagonal Y6Cr4+xAl43-x (x=2.57) and tetragonal YCr4-xAl8+x (x=1.22) (86)

T. N. Blanton, T. C. Huang, H. Toraya, C. R. Hubbard, S. B. Robie, D. Louër, H. E. Göbel, G. Will, R. Gilles, and T. Raftery
JCPDS – International Centre for Diffraction Data round robin study of silver behenate. A possible low-angle X-ray diffraction calibration standard (91)

G. Bandoli, A. Ongaro, A. Rubello, V. Tonus, and G. Volpe
Powder diffraction data of three 10,11-dihydro-5H-dibenz[b,f] azepine antidepressant drugs (96)

Ernst Horn, Masayasu Kurahashi, Dianhao Huang, and Chengyu Wu
Crystal data and X-ray powder diffraction data for ferrimolybdite, Fe2(MoO4)36.8(H2O) (101)

G. Berti, S. Giubblilini, and E. Tognoni
DISVAR93: A software package for determining systematic effects in X-ray powder diffractometry (104)

A. M. Mansour, W. E. Piller, and C. L. Lengauer
Quantitative mineralogical analyses of carbonate rich sediments by X-ray powder diffraction (112)

Zong-ming Jin, Zheng Jin, and Xiang-yin Zhou
X-ray powder diffraction analysis of a nonlinear optical material 3-nitro-4-hydroxy-4′-bromobenzophenone (117)

Zong-ming Jin, Ya-jie Chen, and Zheng Jin
X-ray powder diffraction analysis of NiZnCuSn ferrite containing antimony (120)

C. Cascales and I. Rasines
Preparation and structural characterization of the rare-earth oxides BaR2O4, R=Pr, Tb (122)

R. V. Prigodich and M. Zager
Indexing crystal faces (127)

J. G. M. van Berkum, G. J. M. Sprong, Th. H. de Keijser, R. Delhez, and E. J. Sonneveld – The optimum standard specimen for X-ray diffraction line-profile analysis (129)

Lawrence R. Bernstein – Powder X-ray crystallography of gallium 3-hydroxy-4-pyronates (140)

V. A. Frank-Kamenetsky – Obituary (143)

International Report (144)

Calendar of Meetings (144)

Book Review (145)

Cumulative Author Index (146)

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 10 Number 3 – September 1995

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CONTENTS

Deane K. Smith
Editorial: Howard F. McMurdie – Still going strong (147)

Bing H. Hwang and S. F. Tu
A method for obtaining the error of a peak position due to counting statistics (148)

J. Guerra-López, A. Gómez, R. Pomés, and R. González
X-ray powder diffraction data for ammonium nickel phosphate monohydrate (152)

Ping Yang, K. Sivakumar, Hoong-Kun Fun, Tsong-Jen Lee, Huan-Chiu Ku, and Chiou-Chu Lai
Ab initio structure determination and Rietveld refinement of the crystal structure of (Pb0.6Cu0.4)Sr2PrCu2O7-x (154)

Y. Laligant and A. Le Bail
Structure of [Pd(NH3)4]Cr2O7 (159)

W. Pitschke, W. Bieger, G. Krabbes, and U. Wiesner
High temperature X-ray diffraction studies of the decomposition mechanism of YBa2Cu3O7-delta at an oxygen partial pressure less that 10 Pa (165)

Stefano Battaglia
Small-angle scattering of X-rays in a conventional Bragg-Brentano diffractometer for quantitative analysis (170)

P. Ballirano, A. Maras, R. Caminiti, and C. Sadun
Carbonate-cancrinite: In-situ real-time thermal processes studied by means of energy-dispersive X-ray powder diffractometry (173)

Gerzon Delgado, A. Valentina Rivera, Trino Suárez, and Bernardo Fontal
X-ray powder diffraction data for RuCl2(TRIPHOS)(DMSO) dichloro [bis(2-diphenylphosphinoethyl) phenylphosphine] [dimethylsulfoxide] ruthenium (II) (178)

S. Philippo, J. Naud, J. P. Declercq, and J. Feneau-Dupont
Structural refinement and X-ray powder diffraction data for kalipyrochlore (K,Sr,Na,Ca,H2O)2-m(Nb,Ti)2-xO6-wY1-n, with (0 < m < 0.8, x ~ 0.2, w=0 and 0.2 < n < 1) (180)

A. Nørlund Christensen, P. Norby, and J. C. Hanson
A synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction study of CoAl2O4 and CoGa2O4 by PSD diffractometer technique (185)

C. L. Lengauer and G. Giester
Rietveld refinement of the solid-solution series: (Cu,Mg)SO4 · H2O (189)

Mohamed Ezahri, Georges Coffy, and Bernard R. Mentzen
Powder X-ray data for the ammonium trioxalatoaluminate (III) and its hydrate: (NH4)3Al(C2O4)3 · xH2O, x=0, 2, 3 (195)

Neil E. Johnson, Sidney S. Pollack, Elizabeth A. Frommell, and Patricia A. Eldredge
Powder diffraction analysis of an interstratified marcasite/pyrite structure (198)

P. Riello, P. Canton, and G. Fagherazzi
A semi-empirical asymmetry function for X-ray diffraction peak profiles (204)

V. E. Lamberti, M. A. Rodriguez, and A. Novrotsky
X-ray powder diffraction data for Ba2Cu3PrO6.96±0.01 (207)

Howard F. McMurdie
My life at the National Bureau of Standards and the National Institute for Standards and Technology (210)

G. C. Allen, K. R. Hallam, and J. A. Jutson
X-ray diffraction studies of solid solutions of Cr-, Mn-, Fe-, Co-, and Ni-containing transition metal spinel oxides (214)

Maurice Samouël, Patrick Gredin, and Ariel de Kozak
Powder diffraction data for copper hexafluorides: Ba2CuF6 and Pb2CuF6 (221)

Letters to the Editor (223)

International Report (227)

Calendar of Meetings (227)

Computer Comments (227)

Cumulative Author Index (233)

Powder Diffraction – Vol. 10 Number 4 – December 1995

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

Deane K. Smith
Editorial: Author prepared manuscripts in computer-readable form for Powder Diffraction (225)

N. Guillou, J. P. Auffrédic, and D. Louër
The early stages of crystallite growth of CeO2 obtained from a cerium oxide nitrate (236)

R. Acevedo and V. Poblete
Synthesis and X-ray powder diffraction study of the elpasolite Cs2NaCeCl6 (241)

A. A. Finch, J. G. Fletcher, A. Kindness, and J. M. S. Skakle
Powder X-ray characterization of natrolite, Na2Al2Si3O10.2H2O (243)

Zong-ming Jin, Jin Zheng, and Yuan Ai-hua
X-ray powder diffraction analysis of a nonlinear optical material 4-chlorocinnamylidenyl-4′-phenylacetophenone (248)

Peter C. Burns
X-ray powder diffraction data for the identification of boracite-group minerals (250)

René H. E. van Doorn, Jaap Boeijsma, and Anthonie J. Burggraaf
Powder diffraction of La0.3Sr0.7CoO3-delta (261)

P. Yang and T. L. Aselage
Synthesis and cell refinement for icosahedral boron phosphide B12P2 (263)

Cengiz M. Balkas, Cem Basceri, and Robert F. Davis
Synthesis and characterization of high purity, single phase GaN powder (266)

A. Gualtieri and G. Artioli
Quantitative determination of chrysotile asbestos in bulk material by combined Rieveld and RIR methods (269)

Z. Sperling
Specimen displacement error in focusing systems (278)

W. Pitschke, G. Krabbes, and N. Mattern
Powder diffraction data and Rietveld refinement of the compound Ba2Cl2Cu3O4 (282)

Mohamed Ezahri, Georges Coffy, and Bernard F. Mentzen
Powder X-ray data for the ammonium dioxalatotitanyl (IV) monohydrate (NH4)2TiO(C2O4)2 · H2O (288)

Mikio Sakaguchi, Ichiro Sakamoto, Ryuichi Akagi, and Hideo Toraya
Powder data for potassium sodium silicate Na1.3K0.7Si2O5 (290)

F. Brunet, C. Chopin, A. Elfakir, and M. Quarton
Crystal and powder XRD data of Mg3(PO4)2-III: High temperature and high-pressure form (293)

S. T. Misture, C. Park, R. L. Snyder, B. Jobst, and B. Seebacher
Powder diffraction data for several solid solution with the compositions (CaxSr1-x)CuO2 and (CaxSr1-x)2CuO3 (296)

A. Ratuszna, S. Juszczyk, and G. Malecki
Crystal structure of the three-dimensional magnetic network of type Mek[Fe(CN)6]l – mH2O, where Me=Cu,Ni,Co (300)

Professor Arthur Wilson, FRS, 1914 – 1995 – Obituary (306)

International Report (308)

Calendar of Meetings (308)

Organizational Announcements (308)

Short Courses and Workshops (309)

Index to Volume 10

Summary of the Physics and Astronomy (310)

Classification Scheme – 1995

PACS Headings Used in the Present Index (311)

Subject Index (312)

Author Index (315)

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