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Bijvoet J.M., Kolkmeyer N.H., Macgillavry C.H. — X-Ray Analysis of Crystals
Bijvoet J.M., Kolkmeyer N.H., Macgillavry C.H. — X-Ray Analysis of Crystals



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Название: X-Ray Analysis of Crystals

Авторы: Bijvoet J.M., Kolkmeyer N.H., Macgillavry C.H.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 1st edition

Год издания: 1951

Количество страниц: 304

Добавлена в каталог: 09.08.2009

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Предметный указатель
$\alpha_{1}, \alpha_{2}$-splitting      40 57
$\sin^{2}\phi$ formulae      24 242—243
Absence conditions, general      67 80
Absence conditions, special      68 80
Absence conditions, systematic      67 80 81 253
Absorption coefficient      75
Absorption factor      74 75
Absorption of electronic rays      281
Absorption of electronic x-rays      40 75
Adipic acid      207 216
Albite      169
Alcohols      128
Aliphatic chains, rotation of      see also “paraffins” 158
Alkali fluoborates, rotation in      159
Alkali halides      118 123
Alkali ions      118
Alkali metals, structure of      129
Alkali perchlorates, rotation in      159
Alkylammonium halides      157
Alloys: Ag-Al      152
Alloys: Ag-Au      150
Alloys: Au-Cu      151
Alloys: Cu-Si      152
Alloys: Cu-Zn      48 49 153
Alloys: Na-K      150
Alternation of properties in dicarboxylic acids      201 206
Aluminium in silicates      174 175
Aluminium phosphate      147
Aluminium texture      139 146
Alums, one dimensional Fourier analysis      109
Amino acids, $\alpha$      209 217
Ammonium halides      159
Ammonium nitrate      159
Ammoniumates      166
Amorphous proteins      209
Amorphous substances      46 209
Amphiboles      172
Amplitude, Fourier      102ff
Analysis, x ray spectroscopic      46
Angstrom unit A      1
Anisotropy      6
annealing      54 55
Anode      26 38 41
Anorthite      169
Anthophyllite      183 186
anthracene      98 192 197
Antimony      130
Antimony explosive      47
Apparatus, Braggs      26
Apparatus, for electronic rays      280
Apparatus, for powder method      27
Apparatus, for x rays      26 42
Apparatus, von Laue's      5
Apparatus, Weissenberg's      34
Aragonite      147
Aragonite double refraction of      141
Aragonite isomorphous series of      147
Aragonite type      147
Aromatic compounds      197
Arsenic      130 131
Arsenic trioxide      127 128
Artificial rubber      209
Artificial wool      222
Asbestos      169
Atomic distances      see “interatomic D.”
Atomic distances radius      131—137 198
Atomic distances scattering power      69
Atoms, diffraction by row of      17
Averaged cell content      149 276
Avogadro number      1 44 45
Axes intercepts on      23 236
Axes of complex symmetry      12
Axes of rotatory inversion      12 226
Axes screw      11 12 68 86 99 214 232
Axes symmetry      7 11 12 18 APp. II
Axial length      23
Back reflection      57
Background blackening      41 270 274
Beil by layer      288
benzene      100 192 197
Benzyl penicillin      117 118
Beryllium aluminate, isomorphism of      132
Beryllium fluoride      163
Beryllium ion      163 184
Beryllium oxide, refractive index of      184
Bismuth      130
Body centred lattice      13 62 67
Bond types      123ff 292
Bond types, combinations of      130 176 292
Bond types, heteropolar      123—125 292
Bond types, homopolar      126 292
Bond types, intermediate      130 292
Bond types, metallic      128 150—154 292
Bond types, van der Waals      126—128 292
Borides      137
Bragg, interpretation by W. L.      16 17 22 23
Bragg, method      21
brass      48—50
Bravais lattices      13 14 81 232
Bravais lattices, absence conditions for      67
Cadmium bromide, random structure of      275
Cadmium chloride type      164
Cadmium halides      162 165
Cadmium hydroxide      165
Caesium chloride      62 71 137
Caesium chloride, structure factor      62
Caesium chloride, type      64 124
Calcite, cleavage      138
Calcite, double refraction of      141
Calcite, isomorphous series of      147
Calcite, standard value of cleavage spacing in      45
Calcite, structure      77 123
Calcite, type      147
Calcium chloride      166
Calcium fluoride      95 163
Calcium tungstate      147 154
Calomel      142
Camera      27
Camera cone shaped      208
Camphor      159
Carbides      137
carbon black      47
Carbon-carbon distances      130 196—198
Carbon-nitrogen      198
Catalyser      287
cell      3—6
Cell constants      see “cell dimensions”
Cell dimensions      4 6 CHap. 23—24 29 33 45 51 101 201 241
Cell dimensions, absolute      42 45
Cell dimensions, from large scattering angles      51
Cellobiose      213
Cellulose structure      137 195 211—216
Centre in Laue photograph      37 81
Centre of symmetry      12
Centred lattices      11—14 62—64
Centred lattices, absence conditions for      67
Cerium tungstate      147 154
Chain structure      see “fibre cleavage”
Chains, long      201 208
Chair type      99 100
Characteristic radiation      39
Chemotropy      167
Chlorite      180 181
Cholesterol      see “sterol”
Cholesteryl bromide      267
Cholesteryl iodide      117 195
Chromates      143
Chrysene      197
Chrysoberyl      147
Class, crystal      APp. I
Class, Laue      37 226
Cleavage      96 137 138 181 185
Cleavage fibre      see “fibre C.”
Cleavage in cyanuric acid      199
Cleavage in silicates      164 182
Cleavage laminar      see “sheet C.”
Cleavage of layer structures      126
Close packing      128ff
Close packing, of oxygen      149 182
Cobalt      128
Cobalt sulphide      150
Cold working      146
Collagen      218
Colloids, soil      46
Complex representation of structure factor      238—239
Composition boundary in alloys      49
Composition of oscillations      67
Compound (-mixture-mixed crystal)      47
Conduction      see “electric C.”
Construction, Ewald's      256 271
Continuous intensity factors      69
Coordination number      95 124 126 134 162—168 184—186
Coordination number eight      see “also surroundings” 95 124 162—168
Coordination number for aluminium in silicates      176
Coordination number four      95 162 168 184 186
Coordination number six      123 162 168 184
Coordination structures      123 126 131 134 137 162
Copper alloys with gold      151—152
Copper alloys with zinc      49
Copper structure      128
Copper wire, texture of      53
Coronene      197
Correction for film thickness      241
Correction for rod diameter      241
Coulomb forces      164
Cristobalite      19 47 96 174
Cristobalite type      174
Crystal chemistry, basic law of      162
Crystal classes      9—10 14 81 APp.
Crystal compound ($Na_{2}K$)      151
Crystal deformation      56
Crystal disturbances      270ff
Crystal lattice faults      145
Crystal lattices      see also “Bravais lattices space bond 3 16
Crystal structure of: $CO(NH_{3})_{6}Cl_{3}$      124
Crystal structure of: $Cs(Ag Au)Cl_{3}$      124
Crystal structure of: adipic acid      207
Crystal structure of: alkali halides      123
Crystal structure of: alkali metals      129
Crystal structure of: aluminium oxide (corundum)      182
Crystal structure of: ammonium halides      124
Crystal structure of: amphiboles      172
Crystal structure of: anthracene      98 192
Crystal structure of: antimony      130
Crystal structure of: arsenic trioxide      127 128
Crystal structure of: barium carbonate      147
Crystal structure of: benzene      100 192
Crystal structure of: beryllium fluoride      163
Crystal structure of: beryllium oxide      184
Crystal structure of: borides      137
Crystal structure of: cadmium calcite      see “calcium carbonate”
Crystal structure of: cadmium halides      162—165 275
Crystal structure of: cadmium hydroxide      165
Crystal structure of: caesium halides      62 123
Crystal structure of: calcium carbonate      123
Crystal structure of: calcium fluoride      163
Crystal structure of: calcium halides      162 163 166
Crystal structure of: camphor      159
Crystal structure of: carbides      137
Crystal structure of: cellulose      211—216
Crystal structure of: cerium tungstate      154
Crystal structure of: chlorite      180 181
Crystal structure of: cholesteryl bromide      267
Crystal structure of: cholesteryl iodide      195
Crystal structure of: copper      65
Crystal structure of: copper Au and Zn alloys      49 151—152
Crystal structure of: corundum      see “beryllium fluoride”
Crystal structure of: cristobalite      174
Crystal structure of: cyanuric acid      199
Crystal structure of: cyanuric triazide      193
Crystal structure of: diamond      125
Crystal structure of: dibenzyl      200
Crystal structure of: dicarboxylic acids      206
Crystal structure of: dihalides      162—163
Crystal structure of: diopside      172 183
Crystal structure of: edingtonite      175
Crystal structure of: enstatite      171
Crystal structure of: fatty acids      203
Crystal structure of: feldspars      175 176
Crystal structure of: fluorite      163
Crystal structure of: geranylamine hydrochloride      117 196 211
Crystal structure of: glucosamine hydrochloric and hydrobromic acids      114
Crystal structure of: glycine      196
Crystal structure of: gold copper alloy      151
Crystal structure of: gutta percha      215
Crystal structure of: haemoglobin      220
Crystal structure of: halogens      128 131
Crystal structure of: hexamethylbenzene      97
Crystal structure of: hexamethylenetetramine      191
Crystal structure of: hydrides      137
Crystal structure of: intermetallic compounds $Mg_{2}Pb$      168
Crystal structure of: iodine      11 127
Crystal structure of: iron carbonate      147
Crystal structure of: iron disulphide      167
Crystal structure of: kaolin      181
Crystal structure of: keratin      218
Crystal structure of: lead carbonate      147
Crystal structure of: lead halides      165—167
Crystal structure of: lithium chloride      148
Crystal structure of: lithium cyanide      111—112
Crystal structure of: lithium ferrite      154
Crystal structure of: lithium titanate      154
Crystal structure of: magnesium carbonate      147
Crystal structure of: magnesium halides      163
Crystal structure of: magnesium margarite      180
Crystal structure of: magnesium mercuric chloride      32 84ff
Crystal structure of: magnesium mercury halides      33 84ff 166—167
Crystal structure of: magnesium micas      173 178 181
Crystal structure of: magnesium molybdenum sulphide      167
Crystal structure of: magnesium montmorillonite      181
Crystal structure of: magnesium muscovite      173 178 180
Crystal structure of: magnesium oxide      124
Crystal structure of: manganese $\beta$      129
Crystal structure of: metals      64 128
Crystal structure of: naphthalene      98 197
Crystal structure of: nitrides      137
Crystal structure of: nylon      217
Crystal structure of: olivine      171 183—184
Crystal structure of: orthoclase      174
Crystal structure of: paraffins      158 203
Crystal structure of: penicillin      117 194
Crystal structure of: pentaerythritol      200
Crystal structure of: perovskite      124
Crystal structure of: phenacite      185
Crystal structure of: phosphorus pentoxide      143 144
Crystal structure of: phthalocyanins      113 192 198
Crystal structure of: pimelic acid      207
Crystal structure of: polyethylene      205
Crystal structure of: polyisoprene      215
Crystal structure of: polypeptides      218
Crystal structure of: polyvinyl alcohol      210
Crystal structure of: polyvinyl chloride      210
Crystal structure of: potassium benzyl penicillin      117
Crystal structure of: potassium chloroplatinate      123
Crystal structure of: potassium nickel fluoride      123
Crystal structure of: pyrite      see “iron disulphide”
Crystal structure of: pyroxenes      172
Crystal structure of: quartz      11 175
Crystal structure of: quinol compounds      195
Crystal structure of: rubber, stretched      216
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