x-ray spectroscopy

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x-ray spectroscopy

n.
1. The use of an x-ray spectroscope, especially for chemical analysis of a substance.
2. X-ray spectrometry.
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According to a study published last year in (https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.00009) The Astrophysical Journal , the quasar is heavily obscured by gas, based on the X-ray spectra, implying that it may actually be producing much more ionizing radiation than initially believed. 
Pounds and his collaborators looked at X-ray spectra (where X-rays are dispersed by wavelength) from the galaxy PG211+143.
Scanning electron microscopy images and energy-dispersive X-ray spectra were obtained with a scanning electron microscope (S-3600N, Hitachi, Japan).
The spectrum of sheet-beam X-ray source was calculated by SpekCalc software, which simulates X-ray spectra emitted from thick-target tungsten anode X-ray tubes [10,13].
The X-ray spectra evaluated by the calculation are also shown in the inset of Figure 1(a).
FEI device electron source (X-FEG high brightness electron source), the four detector X-ray analysis havaintogeometria (solid angle), and very fast detection electronics together to enhance X-ray spectra of the signal-to-noise ratio, so that up to 0.1 seconds of collection time can be measured metal samples of a quality .
Advanced users can take advantage of features that make it easy to interpret X-ray spectra, derive custom-built calibrations, create reporting schemes to flag out-of-tolerance results, and prepare mapping overlays.
By analyzing soft X-ray spectra of CTB109 obtained with the Suzaku XIS, Nakano (2015) (59) found that the X-ray emitting plasma involves two temperatures (~7 x [10.sup.6] K and ~2 x [10.sup.6] K).
Analysis of the X-ray spectra with lead target revealed the marked effects of electron beams in our plasma focus device.
X-ray spectra from conventional x-ray tubes with applied potentials of 50 kV to 100 kV interact with human subjects primarily through Compton and Rayleigh scattering and photoelectric absorption, with an absorbed dose that decreases with penetration depth.
X-ray spectra were generated using an MC generator with electron energies equal to 250 keV, 300 keV, and 500 keV.
Figure 8 shows that the compositional analysis of the nanocrystalline NCZF particles which are prepared by coprecipitation technique has been carried out using Energy-dispersive X-ray spectra. The EDX analysis reveals the presence of Ni, Co, Zn, and Fe in the prepared samples.