Theoretical texts of x-rays diffraction often frustrates beginners. After plowing through thick jargon, they may have little understanding of how to record an x-ray diffraction pattern and how to derive useful information from it. Unlike any other text, this excellent instructional tool emphasizes a "hands-on" approach, with practical experimental modules to teach readers how to use the technique even without access to an x-ray diffractometer.

X-Ray Diffraction 1998, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780306457449

1998 edition