International
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Volume C
Mathematical, physical and chemical tables
Edited by E. Prince

International Tables for Crystallography (2006). Vol. C, ch. 4.3, p. 414

Section 4.3.5.4. Applications to metals and organic materials

B. B. Zvyaginn

4.3.5.4. Applications to metals and organic materials

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The above treatment, though general, had layer silicates primarily in view. Texture studies are particularly important for metal specimens that have been subjected to cold work or other treatments; the phenomena and their interpretation occupy several chapters of the book by Barrett & Massalski (1980[link]). Similarly, Kakudo & Kasai (1972[link]) devote much space to texture in polymer specimens, and Guinier (1956[link]) gives a good treatment of the whole subject. The mathematical methods for describing and analysing textures of all types have been described by Bunge (1982[link]; the German edition of 1969 was revised in many places and a few errors were corrected for the English translation).

References

Barrett, C. S. & Massalski, T. B. (1980). Structure of metals, 3rd revised ed. Oxford: Pergamon Press.
Bunge, H.-J. (1982). Texture analysis in materials science. London: Butterworth.
Guinier, A. (1956). Théorie et technique de la radiocristallographie, 2nd ed. Paris: Dunod.
Kakudo, M. & Kasai, N. (1972). X-ray diffraction by polymers. Tokyo: Kodanska; Amsterdam: Elsevier.








































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