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Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (2.14)

Student's Manual Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry is used to analyze a sample's elemental composition. Using the energies of characteristic X-rays, Moseley's Law will be verfied which is a direct evidence for the existence of Atomic number.
Equipment Manuals


Amptek's EDXRF
Mini-X, X-ray tube
XR100CR X-ray detector
PX4
XRS-FP software guide

Sample Results


EDXRF raw spectrum for stainless steel sample
ROIs for the elements of stainless steel and their detail in ADMCA
Processed spectrum for stainless steel sample
Concentration analysis table in XRS-FP
Moseley's Law

Further Readings and References “Modern Introductory Physics”, H. Holbrow, N. Lloyd, C. Amato, E. Galvez and M. Elizabeth Parks, Springer New York Dordrecht Heidelberg London, pp. 536-542, 2010.

“Verification of Bohr’s Frequency condition and Moseley’s Law: An Undergraduate laboratory Experiment”, S.B. Gudennavar, N.M. Badiger, S.R. Thontadarya and B. Hanumanaiah, American Journal of Physics, 71, pp. 822-825, 2003.
“Moseley’s Law”, J. Ouseph and K.H. Hoskins, American Journal of Physics, 50, pp. 276-277, 1992.
“An undergraduate experiment on X-Ray spectra and Moseleys Law using a Scanning Electron Microscope”, C.W.S. Conover and J. Dudek, American Journal of Physics, 64, pp. 335-338, 1996.
“The Quest for a Fundamental Algorithm in X-ray Fluorescence Analysis and Calibration”, R.M. Rousseau, The Open Spectroscopy Journal, 3, pp. 31-42, 2009.

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