Crystal hack' to predict h, k, l from 'c' as well as 'a' values for cubic and HCP binary alloy crystals from XRD data
http://crystalhack.blogspot.in/

Dr. M. Kanagasabapathy


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'Crystal hack' by Dr M Kanagasabapathy is used to predict h, k, l from 'c' as well as 'a' values for cubic and HCP binary alloy crystals from XRD data (2-Theta diffraction and wavelength of X-rays). d-spacing and hkl can be predicted precisely.

Inbuilt data base for some elemental crystal system is included. It can be a useful tool for powder diffraction researchers / students to predict or shift in diffraction angle with hkl indices for cube-HCP binary alloy crystals.


Subject: Geoscience:Geology:Mineralogy, Mineralogy:Crystallography
Resource Type: Datasets and Tools
Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:MineralogyKeywords: spacing indices, d-spacing, hkl, HCP binary alloy, crystals, XRD, 2-Theta, diffraction