Abstract

A back-reflection divergent beam method has been developed which enables lattice parameters to be measured with high precision in large single crystals. The method consists of a double exposure back-reflection technique employing a screen of tungsten wires to obtain direction cosine values of incident and diffracted beams. The lattice parameters of talc have been measured before and after heating to 700°C.

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