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It should be mentioned that significant advances in studying of the nanocrystalline state of solids were achieved after 1985 as a result of improvement of the available and development of new methods of production of both disperse and bulk nanocrystalline materials. The particle size has the strongest effect on the properties of nanocrystalline substances. Therefore, the fourth chapter considers the main methods of determination of the particle size. Special attention is given to the diffraction method of determining the particle size.

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