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Publication Date: 2004
A. John Morgan
This compact guide provides a straightforward introduction to electron microprobe x-ray analysis, a nondestructive technique that greatly facilitates the study of the chemistry of cells. Assuming no prior knowledge of electron optics, Morgan explains the principle of x-ray production and detection, describes the various methods for converting measured x-ray intensities to element concentrations in thin specimens, and directs the reader to primary sources for more definitive practical guidelines. A painless introduction to a powerful laboratory technique, this book will be a useful aid for cell biologists, biological electron microscopists, and electrolyte physiologists.A. John Morgan is the author of 'X-RAY MICROANALYSIS IN ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR BIOLOGIST (Microscopy Handbooks)', published 2004 under ISBN 9780198564096 and ISBN 0198564090.
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