Yep. The sample is supposed to contain 87.4 wt% alpha-Si3N4, 3.0 wt% beta-Si3N4 and 9.6 wt% amorphous.
Matthew On Tue, 26 Apr 2022 at 20:06, Martin Vickers <vickers...@gmail.com> wrote: > Just a point of interest you seem to have a few impurity peaks > possibly from Si6N8 (COD entry 96-210-2554 seems to match well). it's not a > lot but you might want to include that phase in your quantitative > calculations. > > Regards, > > Martin > > > -- > Martin Vickers > Dept. of Chemistry, UCL, > 20, Gordon Street > WC1H 0AJ > 020 7679 5592 (or ex 25592) >
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