Alkaline Metals Biphthalate X-Ray Single Crystals: KAP

Alkaline Metals Biphthalate X-Ray Single Crystals: KAP


Alkaline Metals Biphthalate X-Ray Single Crystals: KAP

Potassium acid phthalate (KAP) is a well-known X-ray single crystal. It is a member of the organic crystal family and is often used as a calibration standard for X-ray diffraction experiments. KAP crystals are transparent and colorless, and they have a tetragonal crystal structure. KAP crystals have been used in various X-ray experiments, including high-resolution X-ray diffraction, X-ray topography, and X-ray fluorescence analysis. They are also used in X-ray imaging techniques, such as X-ray crystallography, X-ray computed tomography (CT), and X-ray powder diffraction.

Crystal KAP
Reflection surface 2d, nm 2.664 (001)
Peak reflection coefficient Pc, % Sik, 0.712 nm 5.0
Alk, 0.834 nm 12.0
Mgk, 0.989 nm 10.0
Nak, 1.191 nm 7.0
Cul, 1.336 nm 5.5
Fek, 1.831 nm 2.0
Reflection integral coefficient, Rc x 105 rad Sik, 0.712 nm 2.0
Alk, 0.834 nm 3.1
Mgk, 0.989 nm 3.3
Nak, 1.191 nm 3.8
Cul, 1.336 nm 4.2
Fek, 1.831 nm 4.9

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