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Title Synchrotron energy dispersive powder diffraction
Abstract During four weeks of useful beam time during the summer of 1986, the authors of this report used the test station 9.7 t explore the possibilities for developing Energy Dispersive Diffraction (EDD) as a separate facility at Daresbury. Novel applications of EDD were made in three areas: which are details in this report. 1. real time EDD of hydrating cements; 2. monitoring crystallisation of alkanes using EDD; 3. use of EDD in high pressure lattice parameters and intensity measurements; The longer-term conclusions from these trials are that useful EDD can be effective and cheaply developed on 9.7 after the HBL alterations of 1986/87. The experiences gained during these trials would enable us to design and build an improved system that would place the Daresbury synchrotron at the forefront of EDD technology.
Organisation SRS , 9.7 , SERC
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Report DL Technical Reports DL-SCI-TM55E. 1987. DL-SCI-TM55E.pdf 1987