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1 (1984) 56 4. Trace Elemental Analysis of Environmental Samples and Chemically Concentrated Sample by XRF, Gao Fakui, Analytical Laboratory, Vol. 4 (1985) 21 k) Energy Dispersive Techniques (ED) 1. Analysis of Elements in Water with ED, Ma Shulan, Analytical Laboratory (1982) 57 2. , Marine Science Bulletin, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1984) 20 3. The Detection Efficiency of Si(Li) Detector for Three Dimensional X-ray Source, Fan Qinmin, Nuclear Electronics and Detector Technology, Vol. 6, No. 2 (1986) 76 4.
Point A in Figure 2B and 20 represent the 41 DALE R. BOEHME 200,um Figure 1A. J Elemental digital X-ray image for Fe in zoned garnet thin section. Dark bands are depleted in Fe; bright areas of the image are enriched in Fe. Electron microprobe analysis spots within the garnet are labeled 1,2,3, 14% Fe 203 , 18% Fe 203 , 22% Fe 203 respectively. I 200,um I Figure lB. Optical micrograph using transmitted polarized light of zoned garnet thin section. /lIT' L-J 500 D B , F .. \ Of-"''' . ~!. t•. -:' ~ .
E~pirical approach for the correc- 1. Theoretical Analysis of the Empirical Coefficient Methods for XRF, Wang Yongzhong, Acta Physica Sinica, Vol. 30, No. 11 (1981) 1520 2. Investigation and Application of Single Standard Fundamental Parameter Method in XRF, Wang Xiarui, Fenxi Huaxue, Vol. II! 3 (1983) 176 3. Application of Monte Carlo Method in XRF, Fan Qjnmin, Nuclear Technology, No. 3 (1985) 15 4. Rock Analysis using Empirical Method of XRF, Chen Yongjun, Acta Petrologica Mineralogica et Analytica, Vol.