Applied X-rays.

4th ed.. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1955.

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Subjects Amorf materiaal.
Radiation, Ionizing.
Rayonnements ionisants.
Rayons X -- Applications scientifiques.
Series International series in pure and applied physics.
Description 843 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1955.
Contents pt. I. General physics and applications of x-radiation. Before and after the discovery by Röntgen -- X-ray tubes -- High-voltage equipment -- The measurement of intensity (dosage) -- The measurement of quality (wavelength): x-ray optics -- X-ray spectra and atomic structure -- Chemical analysis from x-ray spectra -- The absorption and scattering of x-rays -- Radiography (Roentgenography) -- Microradiography -- The chemical effects of x-rays -- The biological effects of x-radiation -- part II. The x-ray analysis of the ultimate structures of materials. Crystallography and x-ray diffraction -- The experimental x-ray methods of crystal analysis -- The interpretation of diffraction patterns in terms of ultimate structure -- The results of crystal analysis: elements and inorganic compounds -- Crystal chemistry -- The silicates -- alloys -- Organic compounds -- The structure of glasses, liquids, and other colloidal and amorphous materials -- The texture of metals -- Polymers--synthetic and natural materials with giant molecules.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)536712
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WorldCat Identities Clark, George L. 1892-1969.
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