Orientation Distributions of Low Symmetry Polyphase Materials Using Neutron Diffraction Data: Application to a Rock Composed of Quartz, Biotite and Feldspar

  • Chateigner D
  • Wenk H
  • Pernet M
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Abstract

The crystallographic texture of the three main constituting phases of a granodioritic rock have been determined quantitatively, using neutron diffraction with a position sensitive detector. Intensities deconvoluted from the full profiles were used in the orientation distribution refinements using the WlMV algorithm. Satisfactory results were obtained for the three phases.

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Chateigner, D., Wenk, H. R., & Pernet, M. (1999). Orientation Distributions of Low Symmetry Polyphase Materials Using Neutron Diffraction Data: Application to a Rock Composed of Quartz, Biotite and Feldspar. Textures and Microstructures, 33(1–4), 35–43. https://doi.org/10.1155/tsm.33.35

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