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Worked Examples in X-Ray Analysis

  • Authors
  • R. Jenkins
  • J. L. de Vries

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Spectra

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      Pages 1-3
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      Pages 6-8
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      Pages 9-11
  3. Instrumentation

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      Pages 12-13
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      Pages 14-15
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      Pages 43-45
  4. Counting Statistics

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      Pages 48-50
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      Pages 62-64
  5. Quantitative Analysis

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      Pages 65-67
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      Pages 68-70
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      Pages 98-99
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      Pages 100-101
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      Pages 102-104
  6. Miscellaneous

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      Pages 105-107
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      Pages 108-109
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      Pages 110-112
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      Pages 116-117
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      Pages 118-119
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      Pages 123-125
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      Pages 126-129
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 130-133

About this book

Introduction

The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with a series of work­ ed examples in X -ray spectrometry and X -ray diffractometry, in such a way that each example can be treated either as a posed question, i. e. one to which the reader must himself provide an answer, or as a guide to the method of treating a similar problem. The latter, of course, also pro­ vides a check on the answer produced by the reader. Although much basic theory can be derived by study of this work the first intention of the book is not to provide a source of basic theoretical knowledge in X -ray analy­ sis. It is hoped that the book will be utilized more as a guide line in the tackling of theoretical and practical problems and as a means of estab­ lishing whether or not the reader is able to work out for himself a certain type of problem. For example, the series of examples on counting statis­ tics has been chosen in such a way that after working through and under­ standing these, the reader should be able to handle most of the calculations that he is likely to come up against in this area.

Keywords

X-ray spectrometry

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