By Jerome B. Cohen
This quantity constitutes the court cases of the 1983 Denver convention on purposes of X-ray research and is the twenty seventh within the sequence. The convention used to be held together with the yankee Crystal lographic organization at Snowmass lodge, Colorado, from August 1 to five, 1983. The papers showing during this quantity are just from pre dominantly Denver convention (DC) classes and from joint DC/ACA periods. The early plans for containing a joint convention have been initiated a few 3 years in the past by way of Q. C. Johnson of Lawrence Livermore Lab, J. B. Cohen of Northwestern collage and P. okay. Predecki of the college of Denver and have been ultimately delivered to fruition by way of a jOint organizing committee which include: O. P. Anderson, Colorado nation college (ACA) , D. E. Leyden, Colorado country collage (DC), R. D. Witters, Colorado institution of Mines (ACA) and P. okay. Predecki (DC). We take this chance to thank the committee contributors and the early planners for his or her imaginative and prescient, ingenuity and difficult paintings with out which the convention shouldn't have materialized. there has been no plenary consultation in 1983, in its place a few distinct classes have been geared up and chaired by means of a number of members.
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Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 27 by Jerome B. Cohen