A number of devices for obtaining x-ray diffraction photographs at low temperatures have been described in the literature. Usually, however, these devices have been applied to single crystal cameras (1) or to Debye-Scherrer powder cameras (2). It is the purpose of this note to describe a simple x-ray diffractometer specimen mount in which the temperature may be varied from room temperature to liquid nitrogen or helium temperatures.
William L. Baun, "Simple Low Temperature Diffractometer Specimen Mount," Appl. Spectrosc. 13, 79-80 (1959)