Powder Diffraction

Powder diffraction is a scientific technique using X-ray, neutron, or electron diffraction on powder or microcrystalline samples for structural characterization of materials. It is used in the analysis of raw materials and finished products, in phase-diagram investigations, in following the course of solid-state chemical reactions, and in the study of minerals, ores, metals, chemicals, and many other types of material. Powder diffraction is often easier and more convenient than single crystal diffraction since it does not require individual crystals be made. Power Diffraction journal covers the subject areas of  Analytical Chemistry, Material Chemistry, Crystallography, and Structural Chemistry.

Related Journals of Power Diffraction

Computational and Theoretical chemistry, Solid State Chemistry, Applied Surface Science, Chemical Thermodynamics

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