Elemental mapping using proton-induced x-rays†

@inproceedings{Przybyowicz2001ElementalMU,
  title={Elemental mapping using proton-induced x-rays†},
  author={Wojciech J Przybyłowicz and Jolanta Mesjasz-Przybyłowicz and Carlos A. Pineda and C. L. Churms and Chris G. Ryan and V. M. Prozesky and Robert Frei and Jacobus P. Slabbert and Jared Padayachee and Wolf Uwe Reimold},
  year={2001}
}
The use of particle-induced X-ray emission (PIXE) in conjunction with a scanning nuclear microprobe (SNM) offers one of the few microanalytical techniques capable of studies of elemental concentrations at the ppm level, with a spatial resolution of the order of 1 μm. Beam scanning capabilities and advanced data treatment make it a technique of choice for quantitative two-dimensional studies of elemental distribution. Although the ultimate aim is to obtain true quantitative elemental maps, free… CONTINUE READING

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