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Author Pavlinsky, G. V.

Title Fundamentals of x-ray physics / G.V. Pavlinsky
Published Cambridge : Cambridge International Science Pub., 2008
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Contents ""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""Introduction""; ""1. Characteristic X-ray Radiation""; ""1.1. Development of concepts of the atom structure""; ""1.2. The equation for the energy of x-ray levels of the atom""; ""1.3. Systematics of characteristic lines""; ""1.4. Intensity of the lines of the characteristic spectrun""; ""2. Bremsstrahlung""; ""2.1. Spectral distribution of the intensity of bremsstrahlung""; ""2.2. Spatial distribution of bremsstrahlung""; ""2.3. Polarisation of bremsstrahlung""; ""3. Sources of x-ray radiation""; ""3.1. X-radiation excited by the electron beam. X-ray tubes""
""3.2. Excitation of x-radiation by the ion beam""""3.2.1. Characteristic radiation""; ""3.3. Radioactive sources of x-ray radiation""; ""3.4. Synchrotron � a source of x-ray radiation""; ""3.5. X-ray radiation of high-temperature plasma""; ""3.6. X-ray lasers""; ""4. Absorption of x-ray radiation""; ""4.1. Electronic, partial and atomic coefficients of absorption""; ""4.2. Absorption jumps""; ""4.3. Structure of absorption edges""; ""4.4. Linear and mass coefficient of attenuation of x-ray radiation""; ""5. Scattering of x-ray radiation""
""5.1. Scattering of x-ray radiation on free electrons""""5.2. The scattering of x-ray radiation on atoms""; ""5.3. Intensity of x-ray radiation scattered by a thick specimen""; ""5.4. Scattering of x-ray radiation by ordered structures""; ""5.5. Resonance combination scattering of x-ray radiation""; ""6. Refraction and reflectionof x-ray radiation""; ""6.1. Theoretical fundamentals of studying dispersion""; ""6.2. Refraction of x-rays""; ""6.3. Total external reflection of x-ray radiation""; ""6.4. Interference of x-ray radiation""
""6.5. Practical application of the optical properties of x-ray radiation""""7. Free electrons, formed in irradiated material. Bremsstrahlung of these electrons""; ""7.1. Photoelectrons""; ""7.2. Auger electrons""; ""7.3. Recoil electrons (Compton electrons)""; ""7.4. Bremsstrahlung of photoelectrons, Auger electrons and recoil electrons""; ""7.5. Comparison of spectral distributions of bremsstrahlung of photo-, Auger and Compton electrons""; ""8. X ray fluorescence""; ""8.1. Intensity of x-ray fluorescence""; ""8.2. Effect of the particle size on the intensity of x-ray fluorescence""
""8.3. Effect of the element composition of the specimen on the intensity of x-ray fluorescence""""8.4. Dependence of the intensity of x-ray fluorescence on primary radiation wavelength""; ""8.5. Process of excitation of x-ray fluorescence for the case in which the areas of absorption of primary radiation and formation of a fluorescent photon coincide""; ""8.6. Processes of excitation of x-ray fluorescence for the case in which the areas of interaction of primary radiation and formation of the fluorescent photon differ""; ""8.7. Selective absorption of primary radiation""
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Physics.
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ISBN 1282058800
1904602975 (electronic bk.)
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