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    50TH ANNUALDENVER X-RAY CONFERENCE

    SHERATON STEAMBOAT RESORTSTEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO U.S.A.

    30 July 3 August 2001

    Program:This program is also available on the Denver X-ray Conferenceweb page at http://www.dxcicdd.com.The information contained inthis program is current as of the printing date. Changes will becommunicated at the conference.

    Randolph Barton, Jr., DuPont Experimental Station, Wilmington, DE

    Don Broton, Construction Technology Labs, Skokie, IL

    Victor E. Buhrke, The Buhrke Company, Portola Valley, CA

    John V. Gilfrich, Emeritus, SFA, Inc./NRL, Washington, DC

    George J. Havrilla, co-Chair, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

    Ting C. Huang, Emeritus, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA

    Ron Jenkins, Chair, Emeritus, International Centre for Diffraction Data, Newtown Square, PA

    James A. Kaduk, BP Amoco, Naperville, IL

    Terry Maguire, Liaison, International Centre for Diffraction Data, Newtown Square, PA

    I. Cev Noyan, IBM, Yorktown Heights, NY

    Deane K. Smith, Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

    Robert L. Snyder, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

    Mary Ann Zaitz, IBM Microelectronics, Hopewell Junction, NY

    20012001 Denver X-ray Conference Organizing Committee

    Future Conference Dates:

    29 July 2 August 2002: Adams Mark Hotel(formerly Antlers Doubletree Hotel)Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A.

    48 August 2003: Denver Marriott Tech Center HotelDenver, Colorado, U.S.A.

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    Accommodations and Travel .............................................................................................................1

    Registration Information ....................................................................................................................2

    Exhibitor Information..........................................................................................................................3

    Evening Technical Sessions and Social Functions ..........................................................................4

    General Information............................................................................................................................4

    Monday Workshops.............................................................................................................................5

    Tuesday Workshops.............................................................................................................................8

    Monday XRD Poster Session I .......................................................................................................11

    Tuesday XRD Poster Session II ......................................................................................................15

    Wednesday XRF Poster Session ....................................................................................................19

    Thursday 50th Anniversary Poster Session ..................................................................................23

    Wednesday Sessions, Including Plenary ........................................................................................24

    Thursday Sessions..............................................................................................................................30

    Friday Sessions....................................................................................................................................41

    Summer Activities in Steamboat Springs......................................................................................47

    Directions to Sheraton Steamboat Resort .................................................................................48

    Hotel Layout .......................................................................................................................................49

    Area Maps............................................................................................................................................50

    Program-At-A-Glance.......................................................................................................................51

    Travel Form .........................................................................................................................................53

    Conference Registration Form.......................................................................................................55

    20012001 Denver X-ray Conference ProgramTable of Contents

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    The Denver X-ray Conference has selected Kitty Ward Travel, Inc. as the official travel agent for theconference. Kitty Ward Travel has negotiated special fares with United Airlines. A request for airtravel form is included on page 53 of this program. Please complete the form and fax to Kitty WardTravel at fax: 610-543-0786 or call 610-543-0680 or 800-752-3718. If you prefer to arrange your owntravel, you may still take advantage of the special airfares by referring to the Denver X-rayConference numbers when making your reservations.The numbers are as follows:

    United Airlines Phone: 1-800-241-6522 DXC Reference Number: 557RD

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    Accommodations and Travel

    Travel Arrangements

    Hotel Information Hotel Information Hotel Information Hotel Information Hotel Information Hotel Information

    Reservations Reservations Reservations Reservations Reservations Reservations Reservations Reservations

    Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

    Travel Arrangements Travel Arrangements Travel Arrangements Travel Arrangements Travel Arrangements

    T he 2001 Denver X-ray Conference (DXC) will be held 30 July 3 Augustat the Sheraton Steamboat Resort, 2200 Village Inn Court, P.O. Box774808, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477, U.S.A., phone: 1-800-848-8878 or dialdirect: 1-970-879-2220, fax: 1-970-879-7322.

    Attendees are responsible for making their own reservations. Please identifyyourself as a Denver X-ray Conference attendee when booking your reser-vation. Reservations should be made as soon as possible since there is a limitednumber of rooms available at the conference rate.The special conference rateof $105 per day (plus 10.6% tax), single or double occupancy, will only be applicable before 26 June 2001, subject to availability. Please note the hotelscancellation policy: Cancellations made less than 72 hours prior to arrival aresubject to a one nights cancellation fee. No shows, late arrivals and early depar-tures will be assessed the total payment for the full length of stay as originallybooked, unless room is resold.

    A limited number of rooms are also available for students. Student roomsare $40 per bed, per day (plus 10.6% tax), two students per room. Pleasecontact the Conference Coordinator, Denise Flaherty (flaherty@icdd.com), foran application to apply for student housing. No applications will be acceptedafter 26 June 2001.

    Students

    Hotel Information

    Reservations

  • On-site Registration:All on-site registrations will be conducted at the Convention Registration Desk, located in the Convention Center on theground floor of the Sheraton Steamboat Resort. See the hotel layout on page 49 of this program for the exact location.

    Registration Times:Sunday, 29 July 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

    Monday, 30 July 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

    Tuesday, 31 July 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

    Wednesday, 1 August 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.

    Thursday, 2 August 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.

    Please Note: Attendees (even those pre-registered) should check in at the Convention Registration Desk for conferencematerials (name tags, Book of Abstracts, late announcements, etc.).

    Cancellation Policy: All cancellations will be assessed a $25 processing fee. Cancellations must be submitted in writingto the Conference Coordinator. A full refund will be issued, less processing fee, if the cancellation is received at least twoweeks before the conference (Monday, 16 July 2001). No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after 16 July 2001.

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    Registration Information

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    AVOID LONG LINES!

    SAVE MONEY!

    PRE-REGISTER!

    Conference Registration FeesAll attendees must register for the conference, including organizers, chairs, invited speakers, and instructors.

    Discounted fees will be applied to registrations received before 10 July 2001. The reduced registration fee will only beapplied if registration form and payment are received on or before 10 July 2001. Attendees may pre-register by com-pleting the form on page 55 of this program and sending it to: Denise Flaherty, ICDD, 12 Campus Blvd., NewtownSquare, PA 19073-3273, U.S.A. E-mail dxc@icdd.com phone 610-325-9814 fax 610-325-9823. Registrationchecks should be made payable to ICDD/DXC and enclosed with the registration forms.

    By July 10th After July 10th

    Full week: exhibits, workshops, sessions $300 $375

    Monday & Tuesday: exhibits, workshops $250 $325

    Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: exhibits, sessions $250 $325

    Session organizers, invited speakers & workshop instructors $100 $100

    Students, unemployed X-ray people, and persons 65 and older: $50 $50exhibits, workshops, sessions

    Includes a copy of Volume 45 of Advances in X-ray Analysis on CD-ROM

    Take advantage of this opportunity to include the following orders with your conference registration fee:

    Advances in X-ray Analysis, Cumulative Volumes 139 on CD-ROM: $350Advances in X-ray Analysis, Volume 40 on CD-ROM: $150Advances in X-ray Analysis, Volume 41 on CD-ROM: $150Advances in X-ray Analysis, Volume 42 on CD-ROM: $150Advances in X-ray Analysis, Volume 43 on CD-ROM: $150Powder Diffraction (Individual one year subscription for the year 2002):

    U.S. & Canada: Online: $60 Print: $60 Print & online: $70Outside U.S. & Canada: Online: $60 Print: $85 Print & online: $100

    Powder Diffraction (Institution one year subscription for the year 2002):Worldwide: Online: $90 Print: $105 Print & online: $120

    Powder Diffraction is a quarterly journal that focuses on materials characterization employing X-ray powder diffraction techniquesand procedures. For more information, please call 1-516-576-2200.

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    Exhibits will be located in the foyer, Mt. Werner and Storm Peak rooms on the ground floor of the hotel. A diagram of the exhibit locations will be available in the Book of Abstracts and on the DXC web page athttp://www.dxcicdd.com.

    Exhibit Hours:

    Monday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Tuesday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Exhibitor Information

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    AMPTEK, Inc.

    ATPS, Inc.

    Bede Scientific, Inc.

    Blake Industries, Inc.

    Bruker AXS, Inc.

    Corporation Scientifique Claisse

    Diffraction Technology

    F.A.I.R. Corporation

    Gresham Scientific Instruments

    Herzog Automation Corp.

    ICPH Chemical International - Socachim

    INEL

    International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD)

    Jordan Valley AR, Inc.

    Kratos Analytical, Inc.

    LND, Inc.

    Materials Data, Inc. (MDI)

    MatIdent

    MOXTEK, Inc.

    Osmic, Inc.

    Oxford Instruments

    Philips Analytical

    Photoelectron Corporation

    Rigaku/MSC

    Rocklabs Ltd.

    SPEX CertiPrep, Inc.

    Technos International

    Thales Components Corporation

    Thermo ARL

    Thermo NORAN

    X-ray Optical Systems, Inc.

    X-ray Instrumentation, Assoc.

    All exhibitors are invited to attend the

    Exhibitors General Meeting

    Wednesday, 1 August 2001, 6:00 6:30 p.m. in the Sunset Room

    NOTE TO EXHIBITORS:The ceiling heights for the exhibit areas are as follows:

    Foyer 7'5" (to light fixtures)Mt. Werner and Storm Peak Room 14'6"

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    Exhibitors as of 1 May 2001

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    Spouses are welcome to attend all social functionsEvening Mixers and Poster Sessions will be held in the Sunshine Peak Room unless otherwise noted

    Sun., 29 July 5:30 7:30 Welcoming ReceptionSponsored by Bede Scientific, SPEX CertiPrep and Claisse Scientifique

    Mon., 30 July 6:30 8:30 XRD Poster Session I

    Tues., 31 July 6:30 8:30 MDI and Rigaku/USA Reception & XRD Poster Session IISponsored by Materials Data, Inc. and Rigaku/USA

    Wed., 1 August 6:30 8:30 Bruker AXS, Inc. Reception & XRF Poster SessionSponsored by Bruker AXS, Inc.

    Thurs., 2 August 6:30 8:30 DXC 50th Anniversary Poster Session and receptionSponsored by the Denver X-ray ConferenceTo be held poolside in the Anniversary Tent

    Spouses Coffee Hour:All spouses are invited to attend a complimentary coffee hour, sponsored by the Denver X-ray Conference.Coffee, tea and pastries will be served in the Daybreak Room from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Monday throughWednesday. Information on local attractions and activities of interest will be provided.

    General Information:

    Poster Boards:The poster boards used during the evening poster sessions will be 4' x 6' boards. The traditional 4' x 8' boardswill not be used this year.

    Employment Clearinghouse:We will have a separate bulletin board to announce employment opportunities. Prospective employers andemployees should bring announcements with them for posting.

    Book of Abstracts:The DXC Book of Abstracts will be available at the Convention Registration Desk.

    Time Capsule:Go down in history and make a contribution to the DXC time capsule. All creative contributions will be accepted.Twenty-five years from now, we will open it up for another walk down memory lane.

    Evening Technical Sessionsand Social Functions

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    Workshops, Monday a.m.XRD & XRF

    W-1 AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT CEMENT ANALYSIS (Twilight)Organizers & Instructors: D. Broton, Construction Technology Labs, Skokie, IL

    J. Anzelmo, Bruker AXS, Inc., Madison, WIThis workshop will cover:1. Raw materials analysis (limestone, clay, gypsum, coal)2. Clinker & cement analysis, pressed vs. fused3. Free lime in cement and clinker4. QXRD for phase composition5. Reitveld vs. selective dissolution

    XRDW-2 SMALL ANGLE SCATTERING (Rainbow)Organized by: J.D. Londono, DuPont Company CRD, Wilmington, DE

    Instructors: B. Crist, Northwestern University, Evanston, ILR.P. Hjelm, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NMJ.S. Pedersen, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark

    The purpose of the workshop is to attract new people to the fieldparticularly those that may be wonderingwhether this is a useful technique for their application. The format will be tutorial in nature. In addition, the work-shop aims to provide a sufficiently broad overview of the field so that experienced users will find it useful...