[B._Beckhoff,_et_al.]_Handbook_of_Practical_X-Ray_(b-ok.org).pdf

In the following reference useful tables of x ray

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In the following reference useful tables of X-ray data are given: G. Zschornack, Atomdaten f¨ur die R¨ ontgenspektralanalyse (Atomic Data for X-Ray Spectral Analysis in German), Deutscher Verlag f¨ur die Grund- stoffindustrie, Leipzig 1989 (ISBN:3-342-00308-1) G. Zschornack, Handbook of X-Ray Data, Springer 2006, (ISBN: 3-540- 28618-7) Due August 2006 The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry prepares regularly reports about nomenclature, symbols units and their usage in spectrochemical analysis. The following publication contains the IUPAC notation for X-ray emision lines and absorption edges which replaces the Siegbahn notation: R. Jenkins, R. Manne, R. Robin, C. Senemaud, Nomenclature System for X-ray Spectroscopy, Pure & Applied Chemistry Vol. 63, No. 5, pp. 735-746, 1991 or
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Index α -coefficient, 332, 333, 347, 399 absolute calibration, 505, 507, 547 absorber, 201, 202, 313, 314, 363, 425, 541, 557, 674, 683 heavy -, 363 absorption, (see also X-ray absorption), 11, 13, 16, 26, 40, 53, 86, 90, 92, 93, 95, 99–101, 105, 119, 122, 131, 134–137 149, 180, 188, 189 atomic -, 2 - coefficient (linear-), 91, 136, 372, 424, 493–495, 680 Compton -, ( see also Compton scattering), 204, 206, 496 - correction, 385 - edge (jump), 315, 316, 320, 360, 365, 368, 387, 683 - edge fine structure ( see also XAFS) 5, 153, 215, 233, 273, 462 Rayleigh -, ( see also Rayleigh scattering), 496 re - , 206 self -, 9, 29, 40, 60, 459, 470, 473, 496 spectral -, 662 - spectroscopy, 475, 476, 496 total -, 353, 357 - influence coefficient, 354 - law, 314, 394, mass attenuation, 313–315, 320, 362, 364–369 mass attenuation coefficient, 769 mass -, 337, 338, 353, 365, 372, 425, 470, 740, 754 photo(electric) -, 216, 273, 312, 313, 315, 316, 395, 481, 529 radiation -, 92, 100, 204 X-ray -, 37, 39, 427, 473, 491, 496, 675 accuracy, 16, 19, 20, 310, 326, 388, 393, 396 active pixel sensors (APS), 278, 280 aerosol 412, 418, 427, 428, 552 - analysis, 602, 625, 626 - particle, 620, 622, 624, 626 algorithm, 17, 19, 24, 100, 101, 139, 182, 261, 322, 327, 494, 565, 842 α -coefficient algorithm, 399 Algorithm of Standard Comparison, 348, 349 Broll–Tertian algorithm, 347 Claisse–Quintin algorithm, 340 COLA algorithm, 343 deJongh algorithm, 345 Fundamental algorithm, 350–358, Fundamental parameter (supported) algorithm, 367, 628, Japanese industrial standard method(JIS), 349, 350 Lachance–Traill algorithm, 335 least squares algorithm 376, Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm 375 particle-ZAF algorithm, 628 quantification algorithm, 629 reconstruction algorithm, 493, 495, 496
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850 Index algorithm ( Continued ) Rhede algorithm, 670 SART algorithm, 496 alteration (- of materials), 640, 647, 652, 653, 656, 689, 692, 693, 697, 698–700 analysis of materials - abrasion, 600 - allanite, 670 - alloys (-binary), 11, 18, 19, 24–26, 235, 315, 420, 421, 425, 429, 502, 586, 594, 693, 705–709, 781 - ashes, 647 - bitumen, 647 - borates, 425 - bromine, 593, 734, 740–752 - carbonate, 390, 647, 652, 657, 676, 684 - coal, 647, 675 - ceramics, 415, 425, 441, 689, 694–697 - dust (-specimens) ( see also aerosol), 427, 429, 621, 624, 675, 725 - metals, see metal(s) hydrothermal fluids (- altered rocks etc), 643, 644, 652, 675, 678–680 analysis of liquids ( see also solution) - certified reference waters, 618 - liquids, 599, 412–415, 426 - oil, 647 analytical uncertainty, 26 angular dispersion, 117 art-historical-, archaeological research, cultural heritage ageing phenomena, 688 archaeological research, (- objects, - artefacts, - samples), 687, 688, 693, 695–698, 700 archaeometallurgical samples, 692 art-historical research, 687 ceramics, 689, 694–697 conservation, 688, 699, 700 cultural heritage, 688 enamel, 689, 695, 697 gemstone, 689, 697, 698 glass, 690, 695–697 glaze, 695, 697 ink, 689, 691, 692 irregular morphology, 689 heterogeneous composition, 689 mineral, 687, 691, 697–699 pigment, 689–692, 697, 698 porcelain, 694, 695, 697
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