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multielemental analysis of drinking water using proton-induced x-ray emission (PIXE)

P. C. Simms

multielemental analysis of drinking water using proton-induced x-ray emission (PIXE)

by P. C. Simms

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Health Effects Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Cincinnati, Ohio, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drinking water -- Analysis,
  • X-ray spectroscopy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby P. C. Simms and F. A. Rickey, Purdue Research Foundation, Division of Sponsored Programs
    SeriesEnvironmental health effects research series ; EPA-600/1-78-058
    ContributionsRickey, F. A. , joint author, Health Effects Research Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13564414M

    of PIXE and activation analysis, for elementary analysis of soil samples [2]. Proton-Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE) technique has been applied for the determination of major, minor and trace constituents of some multi-elemental samples (environmental, and metallurgical) by Antoaneta Ene et al. [3]. Soil, Water and Vegetables. This review article focuses on the most recent advances in X-ray and neutron scattering studies of water structure, from ambient temperature to the deeply supercooled and amorphous states, and of water diffusive and collective dynamics, in disparate thermodynamic conditions and environments. In particular, the ability to measure X-ray and neutron diffraction of water with unprecedented high.

    PIXE (Proton Induced X-Ray Emission): determining concentration of samples A. Rodriguez Manso, M. McCarthy, Y. Pajouhafsar, A.B. McIntosh, K. Hagel, A. Jedele, A. Zarrella, A. Wakhle, and S.J. Yennello Introduction We used Proton Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE) [1] as an analysis . Particle Induced X-Ray Emission PIXE The previous section concentrated on X-ray fluorescence. This section discusses a different X-ray production technique that can lead to the development of 2-D/3-D elemental imaging. Technique is based on the use of MeV particle accelerators.

      Fig. FA,B. Comparison of (A) x-ray and (B) electron beam generated x-ray emission. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis is carried out in air but has a larger beam spot, typically millimeters (mm) in diameter, whereas the electron beam has a smaller size (less than one micron) but the analysis is carried out in a vacuum chamber, which requires. nondestructive proton induced X-ray system. The data are processed by a computer to yield micrograms of trace element per square centimeter (µg/cm 2) and/or µg/m 3 of metal constituents in air. The PIXE method is a form of elemental analysis based on the characteristics of X .


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Get this from a library. The multielemental analysis of drinking water using proton-induced x-ray emission (PIXE). [P C Simms; F A Rickey; Nancy S Ulmer; Health Effects Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio); Purdue University.].

ABSTRACT Proton Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE) was used in this research program to provide analysis of drinking water samples for 76 elements heavier than aluminum. Atomic absorption was used for sodium analysis. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

The multielemental analysis of drinking water using proton-induced x-ray emission (PIXE) in SearchWorks catalog. A new, rapid, and economical method for the multielemental analysis of drinking water samples is described.

The concentrations of 76 elements heavier than aluminum are determined using proton-induced x-ray emission (PIXE) technology. The concentration of sodium is evaluated using an atomic absorption approach. External proton-induced X-ray emission: A simple method for multi-elemental analysis of water Article (PDF Available) in Indian Journal of Chemistry Section a 45(10) October with 1.

Introduction Proton induced X-ray analysis') has been established in this laboratory and has been used extensively for the determination of impurities in liquid samples. In particular the analysis of drinking water in different cities in Iran has been undertaken. Non-destructive, Simultaneous Analysis for 72 Inorganic Elements from Sodium through Uranium.

Proton Induced X-Ray Emission (PIXE) is a method for the determination of the elemental composition of a sample. This method is based on the emission of characteristic x-rays by the target elements following irradiation with a proton.

We report qualitative and semiquantitative compositional data obtained using the proton-induced X-ray (PIXE) and gamma-ray (PIGE) emission techniques for selected, near-surface ( mu m deep) inclusions from three major, well-studied ore -induced X-ray emission analysis of numerous low-salinity, CO 2-bearing inclusions in.

Elemental Analysis Incorporated, utilizing Proton Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE), provides a non-destructive, simultaneous analysis for the 72 inorganic elements from Sodium through Uranium on the Periodic Table for solid, liquid, and thin film (i.e.

aerosol filter) samples. Quantitative analysis of 12 to 15 elements simultaneously by proton-induced X-ray emission, PIXE, has been tested for thin small inhomogeneous samples such as impactor collected aerosol size.

Combined effect of vanadium and beta-carotene on rat liver DNA-chain break and Proton induced X-ray emission (PIXE) analysis was studied during a necrogenic dose ( mg/kg of body weight) of Diethyl Nitrosamine (DENA) induced rat liver carcinogenesis.

Morphological and histopathological changes were observed as an end point biomarker. Multielemental Analysis Of Drinking Water Using Proton-induced X-ray Emission (pixe) Follow Up Of Patients Receiving Diagnostic Doses Of Iodine During Childhood.

Toxaphene Composition And Toxicology. Assessment Of Health Effects Of Benzene Germane To Low-level Exposure. The absolute sulphur concentration in snow samples has been determined by proton induced X-ray emission (PIXE). A proton beam of 16 MeV was employed to bombard the targets.

A simple pre-concentration technique enables us to achieve detection limits as low as 19 ng g −1 for total sulphur concentration in snow. PIXE (Proton Induced X-ray Emission Spectroscopy or Particle Induced X-ray Emission Spectroscopy) is an analytical technique for identifying the elements in a given sample.

Through the application of an ion beam, PIXE measures the radiation emitted by electron state changes and identifies each element based on its unique emissions recorded as a. Proton induced X-ray emission analysis of biological samples: Some approaches and applications. Nuclear Instruments and Methods(), DOI: /X(77) R.D.

Vis, P.M.A. Van Der Kam, H. Verheul. Elemental trace analysis in serum using. Ex ternal proton-induced X-ray emission: A simple method for multi-elemental analysis of waler P K Nayak"';"*, Illelhod 1'0 1' characterising water and sediment samples using X-ray techniques, wc herein report a simple, this method can suitably be used for analysis of water samp les.

A total of 12 water samples of various types. Chapter 8 – Proton induced X-ray emission and electron microscopy analysis of induced mutants of sorghum Z. Mbambo1,5, R. Minnis-Ndimba2, analysis was performed using a proton beam of MeV energy and a current of ~pA, focused to a 3×3 µm 2 spot around the germ.

The seeds were then scanned over a sample area of ~50× gamma-ray emission cross sections are costant and high enough. • Prerequisite to provide an analytical method with good sensityvity and not affected by sample weight and matrix effects, suitable to large-scale analysis.

• Smooth the fluctuations in the PIGE cross sections (i.e. use a diffuser). Use an external beam. Boni et al., NIM B.

Title(s): The multielemental analysis of drinking water using proton-induced x-ray emission (PIXE)/ by P. Simms and F. Rickey ; project officer, Nancy S. Ulmer. Particle induced X-ray emission (PIXE) has now become a well-established technique for multielemental analysis of materials.

Proton induced X-ray emission can be also considered as a source of monochromatic X-rays for a number of applications. The properties and possible applications of a very intense source of monochromatic X.The technique of PIXE (Proton induced X-ray emission), since its introduction has been successfully used by various groups throughout the world for trace elemental analysis of biomedical samples due to high sensitivity, multielemental capability and its non-destructive nature.Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Bio-PIXE Mexico April 15–18, ; Guest Editors: F.

Aldape and J. Flores M. (Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares México) PIXE ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES.

H. Yamazaki, K. Ishii, Y. Takahashi, Ts. Amartaivan, S. Matsuyama, MULTIELEMENTAL ANALYSIS BY.