x-ray spectrometer


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x-ray spectrometer

[′eks ‚rā spek′träm·əd·ər]
(spectroscopy)
An instrument for producing the x-ray spectrum of a material and measuring the wavelengths of the various components.
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Furthermore, the results from the X-ray spectrometer supported the emissions of the energetic electron beam from the focus region because of instabilities upon hitting the target material.
Energy calibration must be established frequently for the energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer, including zero offset and gain, and a record kept in a permanent log.
Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer which will determine the elemental composition of the Moon, Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscope which will identify elemental abundance in the vicinity of the landing site are the payloads on Pragyan Rover.
An increase in resolution of the energy dispersive x-ray spectrometer by an order of magnitude is required.
The subject of procurement are spectrometers: Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS); Energy Dispersion X-ray Spectrometer (EDXRF); Raman spectrometer / microscope (785 and 532 nm lasers); UV / VIS Spectrophotometer; High Resolution Spectrophotometer and Coupled NanoUHPLC-MS / MS System, Procured under the Grant Agreement for Funded Projects in the Financial Period 2014-2020, KK.01.1.1.02.0016, named CIuK - Center excellence in chemistry.
APXS was not only an X-ray spectrometer, but also served as a distance sensor during the deployment by making use of how X-ray count rate varied with distance.
It is a fully-integrated solution that combines a scanning electron microscope for high-resolution imaging and an X-ray spectrometer to determine elemental composition.
One of two instruments on MESSENGER, the X-ray Spectrometer (XRS) has made several important discoveries that the magnesium/silicon, aluminum/silicon, and calcium/silicon ratios averaged over large areas of the planet's surface show that Mercury's surface is not dominated by feldspar-rich rocks.
Only a month after its July 10th launch, the Japanese/American Suzaku X-ray observatory (formerly known as Astro-E2) lost the use of its X-ray Spectrometer (XRS), the first high-energy calorimeter to fly in orbit and the mission's flagship instrument.
Switching tools, the rover then applied an alpha particle X-ray spectrometer to measure the soil's elemental composition.
EDAX and Parallax Research will exclusively co-develop a wavelength dispersive x-ray spectrometer for the microanalysis market ...
The microcalorimeter energy dispersive x-ray spectrometer developed by NIST staff, has been successfully implemented on an analytical scanning electron microscope in Gaithersburg.