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Temperature‐controlled x‐ray diffraction stage for simultaneous monitoring of structural and dimensional changes, with specimen straining capability
1.The LVDT (model 100 MHR) and the signal conditioner (model LPM 210), which supplies power to the LVDT and converts its ac output to dc, are manufactured by Schaevitz Engineering, Camden, New Jersey.
2.A proportional temperature controller (model 49, Omega Engineering, Inc., Stamford, Connecticut) was used. It uses copper‐constantan as the sensing thermocouple and its control range is from −100 °C to 200 °C.
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