2 edition of Symposium on Fluorescent X-ray Spectrographic Analysis found in the catalog.
Symposium on Fluorescent X-ray Spectrographic Analysis
Symposium on Fluorescent X-ray Spectrographic Analysis (1953 Atlantic City, N.J.)
|Other titles||Fluorescent x-ray spectrographic analysis.|
|Series||ASTM special technical publication -- no. 157, ASTM special technical publication -- 157|
|Contributions||American Society for Testing Materials. Meeting, ASTM Committee E-2 on Emission Spectroscopy.|
|LC Classifications||QD95 .S94 1953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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X-Ray Fluorescence analysis. X-Ray Fluorescence analysis. Broadening the laboratories chemical analysis capabilities is the XRF. Used for the analysis of minerals, rocks, ores, slags and fertilizers. This volume presents some of the papers from the 15th Mid-America Symposium on Spectroscopy held in Chicago on June , The Mid-America Symposium is sponsored annually by the Chicago .
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Symposium on fluorescent X-ray spectrographic analysis; presented at the fifty-sixth annual meeting, American Society for Testing Materials, Atlantic City, N.J., J Author: American Society for Testing Materials.
Basic Theory and Fundamentals of Fluorescent X-ray Spectrographic Analysis. The Correlation Between Fluorescent X-ray Intensity and Chemical Composition.
Use of Multichannel Recording in X-ray Fluorescent Analysis. Examination of Metallic Materials by X-ray Emission Spectrography. An Absolute Method of X-ray Fluorescence Analysis Applied to Stainless Steels.
The Fluorescent X-ray Spectrographic Analysis. Symposium on fluorescent X-ray spectrographic analysis: presented at the fifty-sixth annual meeting, American Society for Testing Materials, Atlantic City, N.J., J Author: American Society for Testing Materials.
American Society For Testing And Materials, “Symposium on Fluorescent X-Ray Spectrographic Analysis,” Spec.
Tech. Publ. 68 pp. (); photo copies available from University Microfilms, Author: Eugene P. Bertin. SYMPOSIUM ON FLUORESCENT X-RAY SPECTROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS Presented at the FIFTY-SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS Atlantic City, N. J., J Reg. Pat. W.J.
Campbell, Fluorescent X-ray Spectrographic Analysis: Studies of Low-Energy K, L, and M Spectral Lines, Bureau of Mines Rept. of Investigations, 20 pp.
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X-ray Spectrographic Analysis of Liquids and Solutions. Summary of Papers on X-ray Spectrochemical Analysis. X-ray fluorescence analysis has come a long way in the sixty years since Moseley began his classic experiments on the R. Whitlock, E. Warden, and L. Birks, Spectral distribution of a thin window rhodium target x-ray spectrographic tube, Anal Metallurgical applications of x-ray fluorescent analysis Cited by: 5.
Fluorescent X-Ray Spectrographic Determination of Uranium in Waters and Brines. Analytical Chemistry28 (8), DOI: /acaCited by: An X-ray spectrographic technique requiring no calibration curves is used to determine chlorine, bromine, and lead in automotive combustion deposits.
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Analytical Chemistry57 (8), DOI: /aca Irving Charles. Stone and Kenneth A. Rayburn. X-ray spectrographic. They are: (1) attenuation of the incoming beam, (2) mutual excitation of the elements, and (3) absorption of the outgoing fluorescent radiation.
Only effects (1) and (3) are appreciable for most trace elements in the x -ray spectrographic analysis Cited by: Talanta,Vol. 2, pp. to Pergamon Press Ltd. Printed in Northern Ireland A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF SPECTROGRAPHIC, FLUORESCENT X-RAY, AND POLAROGRAPHIC Cited by: 8. Developments in Applied Spectroscopy X-ray Spectrographic Analysis of Antimonials.
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Fluorescent x-ray spectrographic analysis: studies of low-energy K, L, and M spectral lines. [William Joseph Campbell; United States. Bureau of Mines,]. X-rays were ﬁrst discovered by the German physicist Wilhelm K. Ro¨ntgen (–) for which he won the Nobel Prize in (Ro¨ntgen, ).
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