PIXE


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PIXE

[′pik·sē]
(analytical chemistry)
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En el caso de Torredonjimeno, todos los analisis PIXE y PIGE se realizaron en el Centro de Microanalisis de Materiales de la Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Fig.
En la figura puede observarse, a modo de ejemplo, el espectro resultante del analisis PIXE de una muestra.
Investigation of trace elements in cancer kidney tissues by SRIXE and PIXE.
1993, Segregation of ore metals between magmatic brine and vapor: a fluid inclusion study using PIXE Microanalysis: Economic Geology, v.
1991): Analisis elemental de bronces arqueologicos por XRF y PIXE.
The analysis, using Particle Induced X-ray Emission (the PIXE method), allowed Pallon to determine not only that mercury had been ingested, but also how much the root had grown between the time the mercury entered Tycho's bloodstream and the time of his death.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has donated new air particle analysis technology called PIXE (proton induce x-ray emissions) to city authorities.
In order to verify the authenticity of the date, the sur face of the enamel was analysed by means of beams of ions with PIXE and PIGME metals (respectively, particle-induced x and gamma rays) using the AGLAE accelerator at the C2RMF.
PIXE spectra were analyzed using the GeoPIXE suite of programs (Ryan et al.
PIXE showed that the total sulfur concentration was reduced, thereby increasing the copper/sulfur and zinc/sulfur ratios, and XPS showed that the oxygen concentration was increased, thus promoting zinc oxide formation.
Loverstam and Swietlicki(8) used PIXE analysis and imaging to obtain chemical analyses of ancient papyri but they did not report detailed results.