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RE: [SA_scat] Mica discs


try Attwater and Sons in Preston UK. Contact Martin Jones


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BP 220 F-38043 Grenoble Cedex, France
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> From: sa_scat-bounces@iucr.org [mailto:sa_scat-bounces@iucr.org]On
> Behalf Of RJWu@itri.org.tw
> Sent: vendredi 11 juin 2004 03:50
> To: sa_scat@iucr.org
> Subject: [SA_scat] Mica discs
> Dear all,
> I am looking for mica discs with thickness around 10-50 microns.  Does
> anyone know which company supply such products?
> Does anyone have experiences to use mica discs as window material
> for small
> angle x-ray scattering experiments?
> I do appreciate your assistance.
> Best Regards,
> Ren-Jye Wu, Ph.D
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