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Articles from Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (November 1, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
A natural bone cement--a laboratory novelty led to the development of revolutionary new biomaterials. Takagi, Shozo 3308
Contributions of NIST/NBS researchers to the crystallography of construction materials. Stutzman, Paul 6118
Crystallographers at NBS/NIST. 1661
Crystallographic texture in ceramics and metals. Vaudin, Mark D. 3254
Crystallography at NBS/NIST. (Preface). 180
Electron diffraction using transmission electron microscopy. Gayle, Frank W. 6226
Foreword. 875
High pressure x-ray crystallography with the diamond cell at NIST/NBS. Piermarini, Gasper J. 12915
Investigations of zeolitic materials at the NIST center for neutron research. Toby, B.H. 3027
JCPDS-ICDD research Associateship (cooperative program with NBS/NIST). Mighell, A.D. 9434
Lattice symmetry and identification - the fundamental role of reduced cells in materials characterization. Mighell, Alan D. 8430
Macromolecular crystallography and structural biology databases at NIST. Gilliland, Gary L. 14448
Magnetic structure determinations at NBS/NIST. Erwin, R.W. 6508
National Institute of Standards and Technology synchrotron radiation facilities for materials science. Woicik, Joseph C. 6585
NIST materials properties databases for advanced ceramics. Munro, R.G. 2976
Past and present crystallographic work at the NBS/NIST reactor. Santoro, A. 16952
Phase equilibria and crystallography of ceramic oxides. McMurdie, H.F. 20186
Quasicrystals. Cahn, John W. 5187
Richard D. Deslattes. Brief Article 253
Standard Reference Material (SRM 1990) for single crystal diffractometer alignment. Hubbard, C.R. Statistical Data Included 16419
Structures of biological minerals in dental research. Takagi, Shozo 6838
Towards near perfect crystals with only well-characterized imperfections. Peiser, H. Steffen 3217

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