X-ray spectroscopy

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X-ray spectroscopy (XRS) is the generic term for a large number of different spectroscopic measurement methods in physics , the common feature of which is the application of X-rays . Roughly, the part of the electromagnetic spectrum of the X-rays can be further divided into hard X-rays (from approx. 10 keV ) and soft X-rays (below approx. 10 keV):

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  • Douglas A. Skoog, James J. Leary, D. Brendel, S. Hoffstetter-Kuhn: Instrumental Analytics: Fundamentals, Devices, Applications , Springer, 1996, ISBN 9783540604501 , pp. 389-414 .