electron probe microanalysis


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electron probe microanalysis

n
(General Physics) a technique for the analysis of a very small amount of material by bombarding it with a narrow beam of electrons and examining the resulting X-ray emission spectrum
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In order to investigate the composition of vegetative analogs of pharmaceutical gelatin, the analyzing station JEOL JED-2300 was used for electron probe microanalysis on order to obtain spectrometric profiles that make it possible to determine the chemical composition of vegetative analogs for pharmaceutical gelatin.
Table 1 Location, collection date, standard length range (mm), and sample sizes (n) of larval and juvenile walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) captured from the southeast Bering Sea (SE Bering), North Bering Sea (N Bering), Bristol Bay, Shelikof Strait, Prince William Sound (PWS), and Yakutat, and analyzed by laser ablation ICP-MS (ICP-MS) and electron probe microanalysis (EPMA).
Having set a foothold as a national and international leader in the development of the field of electron probe microanalysis, Kurt was lured in 1964 to the then National Bureau of Standards (NBS) in Washington, DC, to continue working in XRF and EPMA in the Spectroanalysis Section.
Having immigrated to the USA in 1957, he worked for 8 years at DuPont de Nemours, in the analysis of alloys and oxides by x-ray fluorescence and electron probe microanalysis.
Myklebust, "Standardless" quantitative electron probe microanalysis with energy-dispersive X-ray spectrometry: is it worth the risk?
Bonnelle, New developments in electron probe microanalysis of oxygen in wide bandgap oxides.
Solosky, Accuracy of Quantitative Electron Probe Microanalysis with Energy Dispersive Spectrometers, Anal.
That is to say, neutrons, which have no electric charge, only mass, should have no effect on productions of this type at typical electron probe microanalysis (EPMA) energies and precision levels.
Myklebust, Standardless' Quantitative Electron Probe Microanalysis with Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry: Is It Worth the Risk?
There are two fundamental considerations in preparing samples for electron probe microanalysis (EPMA).
Remond, Importance of thc specimen preparation on the reliability of quantitative x-ray analysis with the electron probe microanalyser, in EMAS'98, Electron Probe Microanalysis Today: Practical aspects, 13-I-May 1988, Barcelona, Spain, X.
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