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A systematic account concerning the basic theory of X-ray physics and spectrometer configurations leading to simple expressions quantifying primary and secondary fluorescence emissions. Discusses the fundamental parameters approach for converting intensities to concentrations in both its classical formalism and by a number of basic influence coefficient algorithms. Examines approximations underlying influence coefficient models and theoretical simulations are used to evaluate global methods. Includes numerous detailed examples as well as extensive tabulations of theoretical data.
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