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The atoms and ions in metal powder are subjected to oxidation, sintering, and diffraction during the melting and re-casting processes. These techniques can aid in determining the form of the final metal. The resulting metal powder can be used to make metallic components such as cylinders, pipes, and rods.

X-ray diffraction

X-ray diffraction is a technique for determining the atomic structure of powders and crystals. It is a key instrument in the study of material science, engineering, biology, and geology. XRD employs the interaction of X-rays with crystallographic planes to generate a distinct pattern known as a diffractogram.

XRD works well with crystalline materials. The amount of information recovered is proportional to the complexity of the crystal structure. However, it can be beneficial for establishing the existence of a solid material, especially when applied to powders.

X-rays are created by speeding electrons toward a metal target. They are then collimated to produce monochromatic X-rays. These X-rays are detected and recorded when the sample spins. The X-rays are subsequently processed and counted. The intensities of the diffraction peaks are estimated using the Bragg equation. The d-spacings of the peaks can then be compared to established reference patterns.

X-ray powder diffraction has traditionally been used to detect the existence of crystalline materials. However, recent study has demonstrated that it can also be utilized to identify fairly complex crystal structures. It is also used to detect structural flaws and to determine phase. Consider maraging steel powder as well.

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