An Introduction to Experimental Techniques
- Comprehensive overview of standard X-ray techniques.
- Includes a section on soft X-rays for biological samples.
- Covers basics, while also reaching out to modern methods.
Aims and Scope
X-ray Science is a comprehensive introduction into characterization techniques for surfaces and bulk materials involving X-rays in physics, crystallography, materials science and chemistry. It starts with the basic properties of X-rays and methods to generate X-rays. Various X-ray diffraction methods are discussed together with computed tomography, x-ray fluorescence, photoelectron spectroscopy and a section on soft x-rays for biological samples.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- Approx. xvi, 450 pages
- 50 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Professional Book