X-Ray Spectroscopy

KeV photons are X-rays. Atomic X-rays are produced throughout electronic transitions to the inner shell states in atoms of the uncertain atomic number. They produce distinctive energies related to an atomic number, which in the result where each element has a characteristic X-ray Spectrum. The elemental composition of the sample will produce qualitative results through analysis of X-ray emission. The wavelength of X-Rays is approximately 10nm to 0.001nm. The Gamma rays are released by the nuclear processes; X-rays are emitted when fast electrons collide with matter. Technically, X-rays are produced by means of an X-ray tube, a simple form of a linear particle accelerator.

  • X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • X-ray magnetic circular dichroism
  • Laboratory X-ray Filters
  • Monochrome X-Rays

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