powder diffraction file

Bryan Hayward hayward at pdnt.com
Wed Jun 24 22:15:25 EST 1998


On Tue, 23 Jun 1998 23:42:00 +0700, "Dryar U. Purba" <umary at ibm.net>
wrote:

>I need help to find lattice constants, spacings and intencities from
>powder diffraction files JCPDS of these substances :
>    1. Complex M23C6 (PDF no. 5-0721)
>    2. (Cr,Fe)7C3 (PDF no. 5-720)
>    3. VC (1-1159 or 25-1002)
>    4. TiC (6-614)
>    5. NbC (10-181)
>    6. HfC (9-638)
>    7. ZrC (19-1487)
>    8. Ni2W4C (20-796)
>    9. (Cr,Fe)23C6
>   10. (Fe,Cr)3C
>
>Please help me. I need these data, primarily no.1 and 2, but I have a
>problem with literature availability.
>Thank you in advanced.
>
>Sincerely,
>Dryar U. Purba

Often, a PDF can be found at a local university (local being a
relative term here :-).  If you have not found a source, I will be
glad to help, but I would need to be certain you have no other access
to this information first.  It would take quite a bit of trouble to
obtain and transmit these pattern data.

Cheers,
Bryan

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