By Bertil Aronsson, Torsten Lundström, Ingvar Engström (auth.), Fred W. Vahldiek, Stanley A. Mersol (eds.)
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A beam of electrons is accelerated with a high potenti~l and focused by means of electro-magnetic lenses to a diameter of about 1 micron at the surface of the specimen to be investigated. As in an x-ray tube the specimen will act as a primary source of x-rays. A continuous or white spectrum is produced as well as fluorescent x-rays characteristic of the elements excited by the electron beam. A chemical analysis of the excited area is afforded by analysis of the characteristic x-ray lines by means of a single crystal x-ray spectrometer.
However, as already indicated electronic factors certainly have a decisive influence. With the above exceptions, B-C substitutions is quite restricted in metallic phases. ARONSSON, T. LUNDSTROM,ANDI. ENGSTROM 19 to consider the refractory borides and carbides of the IVth to VIth group transition metals. The solubility of carbon in MeB 2 phases is negligible; this is consistent with the general observation that carbon does not form close contacts with nonmetal atoms in the phases under discussion.
W. BRUNO 29 Fig. 4. MOzC crystal (C-9), longitudinal surface, 606 x. All as-grown and low temperature annealed crystals exhibited a curious veining structure typified in Figures 4, 5 and 6. The veins appear to orient themselves in the crystal growth direction (longitudinal). A series of discrete points along a Fig. 5. MozC crystal (C-9), transverse surface, 606 x. ' . 8 Fig. 6. MozC crystal (C-9), longitudinal surface, 606 x. _~. •• V ~_ _ U ... t . ,.. ' ,,~ ... ,.. ~ 'W: ~_ ~L • 't ~~.... _ : ..