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Volume 106, Number 6, November–December 2001 Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Table 1. JCPDS/NBS powder diffraction pattern of Au (4-784), reproduced with the permission of the ICDD
Diffraction Standards (JCPDS), silver file No. 04–0783. The XRD study confirms / indicates that the resultant particles are (FCC) Silver Nanoparticles. . The Experimental diffraction angle [2 θ] and Standard diffraction angle [2 θ] of the Table.2 are in agreement .
with reference to JCPDS database. Additionally, the morphology of the powder was observed by TEM with a JEOL JEM-2100 ultra high resolution TEM operating at 160 kV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION XRD XRD patterns of nano-TiO 2 and micro-TiO
Volume 101, Number 3, May–June 1996 Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Diffraction Standards (JCPDS)-International Centre for
JCPDS, copper file No. 04–0836. Table.4 shows the experimentally obtained X-ray diffraction angle and the standard diffraction angle of Cu specimen. The XRD study confirms / indicates that the resultant particles are (FCC) Copper Nanopowder. 3.2. Particle ...
The XRD patterns (Fig. 1) for each powder and the LSM-SDC and LSCF-SDC composites exhibit the corresponding characteristic peaks. Whereas LSM (JCPDS 53-0058) and LSCF (JCPDS 48-0124)
(JCPDS card 89-6096) and NiO (JCPDS card 89-5881), too. The main reason for this phenomenon is because powder eF 2O 3 in an atmosphere wet and heated by in-tensive milling reacts with water and Ni(OH) 2 quickly decomposes through Ni(OH) 2! NiO + H 2O, so that af-
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Supporting Information Synthesis of polycrystalline cobalt selenide nanotubes and their catalytic and capacitive behaviors Zhenghua Wang*, Qiang Sha, Fengwei Zhang, Jun Pu, Wu Zhang*
Molten salt synthesis of MgMnSiO4 for rechargeable magnesium battery cathode Yanna NuLi, Jun Yang, Yun Li, Zhenzhen Feng, Jiulin Wang Department of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao
JCPDS-ICDD card file 04-0788 is plotted in discrete squares in Fig. 1. It can be seen that the spectra from both TaN/Ta bilayers match the reference a-Ta phase spectrum closely in both relative intensities and peak positions. Such close matches indicate that
pattern with those given in JCPDS cards of cubic and hexagonal HgS and HgSe. The XRD pattern of as deposited HgSSe thin film is shown in Fig. 1. The comparison of peaks with those given in JCPDS cards showed a perfect match to cubic form of both HgS and HgSe.
JCPDS ﬁle 87-0639 of Pd has been used. Average crys-tallite size corresponding to the various crystal planes of Pd nanoparticles differs from 6.5 to 11.5 nm. It is clear from the plot that the average crystallite sizes pertaining to (111)
and JCPDS card # 41-373 for BaCO 3 (Figure 3b) which indicated incomplete reaction at the calcination temperature used in this study. The d-spacings and relevant intensities correspond-ing to the XRD peaks from the sample sintered
JCPDS standard d-values for crystalline ZnO thin films are calculated using the formula  x100 Z Z Z Relative percentage Herror ...
Supplementary Materials: (200) Figure S1. XRD patterns for the standard values of JCPDS No.21-1272 and TiO2-Pt nanofibers obtained by calcining Pt(OAc)2-TiO2-PVP nanofibers in air at 500 °C for 3h.
gradually increased as the CuO (JCPDS File No. 05-0661) peak at 2θ = 35.5°, 38.7° diminishes. The peak at 2θ = 29.5° referred as Cu 2(OH) 3NO 3, copper nitrate hydroxide (JCPDS File No. 15-0014) is clearly observed in samples
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Intensity (a.u.) 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2 Theta 1300°C 1200°C 1100°C 1000°C 900°C JCPDS 48-1467
Carbon Effect on Long-Term Oxidation of Iron Aluminides 453 Table II. Results of XRD Patterns of Alloys 2 and 3 Cell parameter d Values Plane I Io I Io JCPDS
of as deposited ZnTe and HgTe showed a good match to those of standard cubic ZnTe (JCPDS card No 80-0022) and HgTe pattern (JCPDS card No 77-2014). While all other mixed composition films (Zn 1-xHg xTe) showed the line positions falling intermediate to those of the ...
Diffraction Standards (JCPDS) ﬁle. The oxide scale surface and cross-section morphologies were observed by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) coupled with energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDXS). The EDXS point analyses were performed
• JCPDS data Conclusion • Pros and cons of powder xrd • Many chemical species cannot be prepared as a single crystal of size and quality enough for single crystal xrd • Solid state reaction monitoring • References to other more complex XRD analyses . Title:
272 A. Enesca et al. The WO3 ﬂlms exhibit monoclinic structure (JCPDS 72-0677) and it is possible to have some strain of the dislocation centered on the edge of the shear plane in the
(JCPDS File No 19-629) 58 Figure 4.3 Size distribution of as-prepared magnetite particles in various additives 62 Figure 4.4 TEM micrographs of magnetite particles prepared without additive 62 . ix
ELECTRODEPOSITION OF Bi2Te3 THIN FILMS Pil-Won Heo, Ryoichi Ichino and Masazumi Okido Department of Materials Science and Engineering Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University
At room temperature and at the composition of interest, the phases present are Cu, In , CuIn and CuIn 2 (Keppner phase). 7,8 JCPDS card files are available for the
JCPDS file No. 471296, the exact crystallography of the formed Cd 1-x Zn x Te peaks could not be said with certainty in our samples. In this regard it should also be mentioned, that the standard rhombohedral CZT was formed by Travelling Heater-Method and had the
Powder Diffraction Standards (JCPDS), File No. 4-0783) and the samples are pure Au. Figure 1. TEM images of (A) hexagon- and (B) boot-shaped gold nanoparticles prepared using the present synthetic route.
Table A.9 JCPDS Card 80-1917  ..... 89 . xiv Table A.10 JCPDS Card 84-1108  ..... 90 Table A.11 JCPDS Card 88-2160  ..... 91 Table A.12 JCPDS Card ...
G. Gergely et al. (Ca(OH) 2, JCPDS-PDF 044-1481) (Figs. 3c, 3d). In contrast to attrition milled samples the HAp phase was not detected before heat treatment.
/JCPDS 81-1546 Relative intensity 20MPa 2MPa
10 20 30 40 50 60 JCPDS Fil eNo.:00-009-0387 KNO30 KNO60 KNO90 KNO 120 JCPDS Fil eNo.:00-022-1247 2θ/degree I n t en s i t y / a. u. 10 20 KNO120 40 50 60 Intensity
and hematite (33-664 JCPDS card, S.G. R3c). The SEM picture after the thermal treatment shows crystals of the silicate phases in place of the ﬁbres (Fig. 5d).
JCPDS:26-1136. Figure 1. X-ray diffraction pattern of the nano magnetite. beled by blue color and the indices (311), (422), (511), (440), (620), (622) and (642) are corresponding to the standard diffraction card JCPDS 19-629(pure Fe. 3. O. 4). It
Copyright (C) JCPDS-International Centre for Diffraction Data 1997 . For the laboratory measurements, we used a horizontal goniometer in divergent Bragg- Brentano flat-plate geometry with both incident and diffracted Soller slits to minimize axial beam divergence, 2 mm ...
P. Hu et al. / Journal of Alloys and Compounds 509 (2011) 2316–2319 2317 20 40 60 80 100 JCPDS:33-0664 Fe 2 O 3 2 Theta (degree) Intensity (a.u.) 700oC
JCPDS data infers that the grown materials possess hexagonal structure having P6 3 /mmc space group. The lattice parameters for the hexagonal structure have been computed, using the equation (1), i.e. 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 4 c l a
to JCPDS card no. 42–1120, 2θ = 40.516° and 2θ = 87.598°, system: cubic, and space group: 229). In the X-ray diffraction pattern of the annealed sample at a temperature of 400°C with flow of nitrogen, the intensity
oxide (JCPDS file No.82-2459). Fig. 1 – EDS of zirconium (IV) tungstate . SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL… 181 Fig. 2 – XRD of zirconium (IV) tungstate FTIR spectrum (figure 3) shows bands due to water molecules/surface
245 FIGURE 1. (a) XRD pattern of CuS nanoparticles with all of the peaks indexed for the hexagonal covellite phase (JCPDS card 06-0464) (b) SEM image of CuS nanoparticles; (c) TEM image of CuS nanoparticles; (d) EDX spectrum of CuS nanoparticles;
°AlN (JCPDS 25-1495) ♦Cr2O3 (JCPDS 01-082-1484) ∗W2N (JCPDS 25-1257) Fe3W3C(JCPDS 01-089-2579) ♠WO3 (JCPDS 01-089-1287 & 01-1394) Diffraction angle 2Θ[°]
stainlesssteel(Q=3.03(111)and3.50(200)Å 1;JCPDS # 00-003-0397). All unlabeled peaks are associated with either the polyester pouch or polymer separator (Q = 1.52, 1.69, 2.78, 2.84, and 2.90 ...
JCPDS fil e No.8 7-1166 ZnO JCPDS fil e No.36-1451 MgO JCPDS file No. 7-21 9 u ncal i ed 8 0 0C 900 0C I n t e n s i t y (a. u.) 1 0 0C 1 0 0C Mg.6 Zn 0. 4 Fe 2 O 12 0 0C f) Am. J. Applied Sci., 3 (3): 1760-1762, 2006 1762 compositions for some MZF of these powders are
consisted of corundum (Al203, JCPDS number 10-0173), quartz (SiO2, JCPDS number 33-1161), silicon oxide (SiO2, JCPDS number 27-0605) and mullite (Al6Si2O13, JCPDS number 15-0776), Fig. 6, and therefore the fibers inserted into this compostion were chosen