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X-Ray Diffractometry

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Experimental (red crosses), calculated (green curve) and difference (purple curve) powder patterns for nicotinamide*CaCl2*(H2O)

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Nicotinamide*CaCl2*(H2O) Ionic Co-Crystal (ICC) crystal structure

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Schematic layout showing the basic geometry of the GADDS and HISTAR diffractometer system developed at Cambridge

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The delay line

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(1) Entrance window, (2) anode blade, (3) gas volume, (4) cathode readout strips, (5) delay-line, (6) cathode electrode

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