This work covers important aspects of X-ray spectrometry, from basic principles to the selection of instrument parameters and sample preparation. This edition explicates the use of combined X-ray fluorescence and X-ray diffraction data, and features new applications in environmental studies, forensic science, archeometry and the analysis of metals and alloys, minerals and ore, ceramic materials, catalysts and trace metals.;This work is intended for spectroscopists, analytical chemists, materials scientists, experimental physicists, mineralogists, biologists, geologists and graduate-level students in these disciplines.16. Neven Karlovac, Rev. Sci. Instrum-, 43:1540 (1972). 17. N. Karlovac, in Operating and Service Manual for the ORTEC Model 449 Log/Linear Ratemeter, ORTEC, Inc., Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1971. 18. D. A. Landis, F. S. Goulding, and B. V.anbsp;...
|Title||:||Quantitative X-Ray Spectrometry, Second Edition,|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1995-04-26|