Structural studies of nanomaterials by the radial electron density distribution method with the use of synchrotron radiation in transmission mode View Full Text


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DATE

2015-11

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U. V. Ancharova, V. P. Pakharukova, A. A. Matvienko, S. V. Tsybulya

ABSTRACT

The efficiency of the application of the transmission X-ray diffraction technique implemented with the use of the VEPP-3 synchrotron radiation source to obtain functions of the radial electron density distribution (REDD) is shown. By the example of a poorly crystallized sample of cerium oxalate the possibilities of the obtained REDD functions in the structural diagnostics of X-ray amorphous materials are demonstrated: the oxalate phase is detected, the features of the local structure are revealed, and the size of the atomic ordering region is determined. More... »

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1076-1083

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