Günter Zschornack Handbook of X-Ray Data
Handbook of X-Ray Data
With 113 Figures and 161 Tables
Ass.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Günter Zschornack
Technische Universität Dresden Institut für Angewandte Physik Mommsenstraße 13 01062 Dresden email@example.com
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Today, with energy-dispersive and wavelengthdispersive techniques, modern methods in X-ray analysis are used in a wide range of applications, as for example in X-ray ﬂuorescence analysis, electron microbeam analysis,X-ray ﬂuorescence analysis with charged particles, and so on. In many applications – for instance in metallurgy, mining, microelectronics, medicine, biology, environmental protection, chemistry, archeology, X-ray...