The results obtained "provide refined and in some cases new identifications of the minerals in this first X-ray diffraction analysis on Mars," a NASA researcher said.
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XRDA stands for X-Ray Diffraction Analysis
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They cover calcium aluminate cements; alternative low-carbon-dioxide green clinkering processes; the microscopy of clinker and hydraulic cements; industrial X-ray diffraction analysis of building materials; Reitveld quantitative phase analysis of ordinary Portland cement clinkers, cements, and hydration products; supplementary cementious materials; and deleterious reactions of aggregate with alkalis in concrete.
X-ray diffraction analysis likewise shows the torpedo sample to have the same signature as the ship sample.
The information resulting from the subsequent x-ray diffraction analysis can be used by researchers to help determine the three-dimensional structure of a macromolecule that, in turn, may reveal details about the molecule's function and behavior in the body.
To gain further insight into the structure and function of C8[gamma], a recombinant form of human C8[gamma] was crystalized and subjected to X-ray diffraction analysis.
As if doing an X-ray diffraction analysis, Zhu and his colleagues placed a thin crystalline sample under a small, bright radiation source.
Boyles TJ, Tyrrell KM and Crews CA: X-ray diffraction analysis in west Georgia region.
Advanced Materials Instruments and Analysis in roduced the Chameleon, Dragon, and Industrial Drago, robotic x-ray diffraction analysis tools, in which robotics replace goniometer base motions, reducing the restrictions of sample size, shape, weight, and reciprocal space coverage inherent in conventio al goniometer systems, according to the company.