x-ray analysis

x-ray analysis

[′eks ‚rā ə′nal·ə·səs]
(physics)
The use of x-ray radiations to detect heavy elements in the presence of lighter ones, to give critical-edge absorption to identify elemental composition, and to identify crystal structures by diffraction patterns.
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Contract notice: autoclaves with internal heating for raman, infra-red and / or in-situ x-ray analysis
The sNDA is based on data from an open-label Phase 3b clinical trial, which indicated that repeat administration of ZILRETTA for treatment of osteoarthritis knee pain was safe and well tolerated with no deleterious impact on cartilage or joint structure observed through X-ray analysis. The primary endpoint of the Phase 3b single-arm, open-label trial was the safety and tolerability of repeat administration of ZILRETTA in patients with symptomatic OA of the knee.
As with all x-ray analysis of solder joints, the best methodology to find flaws is to look for variations across similar features.
The precision-matched x-ray source/detector, combined with proprietary methodologies for x-ray analysis, provide the highest level of detection for dense foreign materials such as metal, stones, bone, high-density plastics and glass.
For the examination of internal seed morphology, the seeds were subjected to X-ray analysis using a Faxitron HP MX-20 device (Faxitron X-ray Corp, Tucson, AZ, USA) operated at 22 kv, with an approximate exposure time of 14.8 s according to an automatic calibration of the equipment.
Morphological features of hydroxyapatite bio ceramic coatings were observed by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) executed on a scanning electron microscope JEOL-7001 and EDX performed on Energy Dispersive X-ray analysis JEOL-7001.
The small graphs represent the results from the energy dispersive x-ray analysis identifying the Zn-Ni ratio plated.
X-ray analysis has allowed the skilful reinsertion work to be now seen.
The team used data from the VLF and the X-ray analysis of the extreme ultraviolet observations from the GOES and SDO observatories.
Chest x-ray analysis was done and it was found that pathology occurred in 11 of 14 (79%) clinically indicated chest x-rays and 281 of 703 (40%) of routine CXR showed pathology (p=0.005).
Figure(7) shows the X-ray analysis for the prepared glass sample without (Ti[O.sub.2]).