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(sin 6) / )\. Figure 148 WilliamsonHall plot for MgO and A1203, curves (A) ball milled for 2 hours and (B) ball
milled for 2 hours, then annealed for 2 hours at 1350" C. After Lewis and Lindley [14.10]. ,8 cosH = —2(Ad/d) sin 6' (1411) If size broadening is the only signiﬁcant contribution to peak Width, then Bexp cos 6
is a constant for all peaks (i.e., its Williamson—Hall plot is a horizontal line). If strain
broadening is the important contribution, Bexp cos 6 is a linear function of sin 0.
Figure 148 shows data for two oxide ceramics in two conditions: after ball milling
and ball milling followed by annealing at 1350 C for 2 hr [14.10]. As one would
expect, ball milling produces less microstrain in A1203, a substance which is often
used to polish solid samples prior to optical microscopy, and the crystallite size of i ...
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