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Total-Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis

Date: Dec 5, 1996

Author: Reinhold Klockenkamper

Over the past decade, total-reflection X-ray fluorescence, or TXRF, has been used increasingly for multi element analysis in laboratories and industry worldwide. Providing reliable, economical readings of the minute mass or low concentration of elements, TXRF is especially suitable for micro- and trace analysis. It is also effective in the analysis of flat sample surfaces and stratified near-surface layers, offering a nondestructive means of quality control of wafers for the semiconductor industry. This...

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Introduction to X-Ray Powder Diffractometry

Date: Sep 4, 1996

Author: Ron Jenkins, Robert Snyder

When bombarded with X-rays, solid materials produce distinct scattering patterns similar to fingerprints. X-ray powder diffraction is a technique used to fingerprint solid samples, which are then identified and cataloged for future use-much the way the FBI keeps fingerprints on file. The current database of some 70,000 material prints has been put to a broad range of uses, from the analysis of moon rocks to testing drugs for purity. Introduction to X-ray Powder Diffractometry fully updates the...

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Laser-Enhanced Ionization Spectroscopy

Date: Apr 26, 1996

Author: John C. Travis, Gregory C. Turk

Laser-enhanced ionization (LEI) is a type of optical spectrometry that employs photoexcitation to ionize atoms selectively. Over the past two decades, this method--originally known as the optogalvanic effect--has been the object of extensive worldwide research and the subject of numerous papers and published articles. Until now, however, no single volume has presented this wealth of theory and data in a cohesive and accessible form. Laser-Enhanced Ionization Spectrometry fills this gap in the literature....

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Biomedical Applications of Spectroscopy

Date: Apr 17, 1996

Author: R. J. H. Clark, R. E. Hester

About this book In recent years, a number of different spectroscopic techniques have been applied to the study of a wide range of biomedical topics. Biomedical investigations in fields as diverse as eye lens research, the study of cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases, and the study of oxidative stress in disease can now be carried out by spectroscopic means. The nine chapters in Biomedical Applications of Spectroscopy present an authoritative overview of the current status of the field, with each...

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Photothermal Spectroscopy Methods for Chemical Analysis

Date: Feb 13, 1996

Author: Stephen E. Bialkowski

A unique guide to the application and theory of photothermal spectroscopy. This book debunks the myth that photothermal spectroscopy is too complicated for practical application to chemical analysis, and demonstrates the advantages this technique has over conventional spectroscopy in facilitating extremely sensitive measurements of optical absorption in homogeneous media. The book covers the subject from the ground up, lists all practical considerations needed to obtain accurate results, and provides a...

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Spectroscopic Methods for Determining Protein Structure in Solution

Date: Dec 4, 1995

Author: H. A. Havel

This book is concerned with applications of spectroscopic methods to determine protein structure in solution. The methods which are covered include virtually every method which involves the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with proteins in solution and the chapters are written by acknowledged experts from industry and academic institutions. The reader will be able to use this book to decide which spectroscopic techniques will be applicable to the problem he is faced with and be referred to the...

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Particle-Induced X-Ray Emission Spectrometry (PIXE)

Date: Oct 16, 1995

Author: Sven A. E. Johansson, John L. Campbell, Klas G. Malmqvist

Long proven as an analytical tool of uncommon accuracy and utility, particle-induced X-ray emission has enjoyed a solid, if narrow, reputation in the area of chemical analysis. Capable of detecting elemental concentrations down to parts per million, PIXE is now a standard component of the analytical arsenal of the nuclear physics laboratory. Yet in wider avenues of chemical research, PIXE technology is still relatively new and untested. An inside look at the nuts and bolts of PIXE from specialists who've...

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Air Monitoring by Spectroscopic Techniques

Date: Apr 26, 1994

Author: Markus W. Sigrist

Leading experts discuss the characteristics, advantages, limitations and future aspects of modern spectroscopic techniques for environmental analysis. Demonstrates how these methods can be applied to trace gas detection and assessment. Concentrates on the latest techniques--both laser and non-laser based--which offer advantages for air pollution and gas monitoring as opposed to more conventional methods. Numerous examples of applications illustrate the potential of the techniques backed up by cutting-edge...

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