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By Tomoya Arai (auth.), Dr. Burkhard Beckhoff, Dr. habil. Birgit Kanngießer, Professor Dr. Norbert Langhoff, Dr. sc. nat. Reiner Wedell, Dr. sc. nat. Helmut Wolff (eds.)

X-Ray Fluorescence research (XRF) is a competent multi-elemental and nondestructive analytical process wide-spread in learn and commercial functions. This sensible guide presents self-contained modules that includes XRF instrumentation, quantification equipment, and many of the present purposes. The extensive spectrum of issues is because of the efforts of a big variety of authors from numerous sorts of associations corresponding to universities, study institutes, and corporations. The e-book provides a survey of the theoretical basics, analytical instrumentation, software program for information processing, quite a few excitation regimes together with gracing incidents and microfocus measurements, quantitative research, purposes in regimen and micro research, mineralogy, biology, medication, legal investigations, archeology, metallurgy, abrasion, microelectronics, environmental air and water research. It supplies the fundamental wisdom in this process, details on analytical gear and publications the reader to a few of the functions. This sensible instruction manual is meant as a source for graduate scholars, learn scientists, and business users

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They are compact, low cost, continuously radiating at high constancy, independent on surrounding conditions and do not need any power supply. These advantages originated many engineering applications in XRF devices, in particular in portable instruments. The major problem is their radiation hazard potential leading to very stringent safety conditions making these sources quite unpopular now. But they are still irreplaceable in many industrial applications. In radioactive radiation sources the decay products are used for direct excitation of the studied samples.

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