X-ray Study of Strained Metal Carbide Nanopowder
Debye temperature, mean-square amplitudes of vibration, Debye-Waller factor, lattice parameters, particle size and lattice strain and vacancy formation of energies of Fe3C nanoparticles prepared by ball mill have been obtained from X-ray integrated intensities. The integrated intensities have been measured with a Philips CWU 3710 X-ray powder diffractometer fitted with a scintillation counter using filtered CuKα radiation at room temperature and have been corrected for thermal diffuse scattering. The X-ray Debye temperatures obtained in the present investigation has been used to estimate the vacancy formation energies for Fe3C nanoparticles.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2014
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