Series of ionization diffraction curves of two organic solutions with varying concentrations were obtained using Mo Ka radiation. The solutions used were normal butyl alcohol with orthodimethyl-cyclohexane and normal ethyl alcohol with cyclohexane. The diffraction peaks were found to shift from the peak of one member to that of the other as the solution was changed from 100% of one member to 100% of the other. Also the width of the peak was found to vary in the same manner with the exception that the width was a maximum at a low percentage of the liquid, the peak of which was of least width.
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Meyer, Alfred W.
"X-Ray Diffraction by Organic Solutions,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 393-394.
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