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Z. Bachrach ed. Plenum, New York. in press (1988). 12. P. Eisenberger and W. C. Marra, X-ray diffraction study of the Ge(100) reconstructed surface, Phys. Rev. Lett. 4,6 1081-1084 (1981). 13. J. Hemion and G. E. Rhead, LEED studies of the first stages of deposition and melting of lead on low index faces of copper, Surf. Sci. 29 20-36 (1972). 14. W. Hoesler and W. Moritz, LEED analysis of a dense lead monolayer on copper (100), Surf. Sci. 175 63-77 (1986). 15. K. S. , Structure and melting of lead overlayers on copper (100), in preparation (1988); Bull.
4), and X-Ray and chemical analysiS values are compared in the lower part. 4 g/m2 • The on-line measurement errors of zinc electro-plated steel are shown in Table (3). 8 microns. The regular sample sheet speed is about 200 m/min. The pass line variation of the No. 4 error factor is the vertical amplitude variation of a sample sheet. The pass line variation of No. 5 is the inclined angle of a sample sheet along the sample moving direction. The pass line variation of No. 6 is the inclined angle of a sample sheet at a right angle to the sample running direction.
A. Machin, J. W. Campbell, T. 1. Greenhough, I. J. Clifton, S. Zurek, S. Glover, L. N. Johnson and M. Elder, Millisecond X-ray diffraction and the first electron density map from Laue photographs of a protein crystal, Nature 329 178181 (1987). 59. K. Moffat, W. Schildkarnp, D. Bilderback and M. Szebenyi, unpublished (1988). ON-LINE X-RAY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETER FOR COATING THICKNESS MEASUREMENTS N. Matsuura and T. Arai Rigaku Industrial Corporation Takatsuki, Osaka, Japan INTRODUCTION The principles and techniques for performing coating thickness measurements in the laboratory1,2,3 and on-line 5 ,6,7 using nuclear radiation have been established for tin or zinc coated steels.
Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 32 by John V. Gilfrich (auth.), Charles S. Barrett, John V. Gilfrich, Ron Jenkins, Ting C. Huang, Paul K. Predecki (eds.)