Advances In The Use Of Pixe And Pesa For Air-Pollution Sampling
Instruments & Instrumentation; Nuclear Science & Technology
Proton induced X-ray emission (PIXE) and proton elastic scattering analysis (PESA) are complementary ion beam techniques well suited to giving total elemental analysis of small samples. Air particulate samplers designed to yield ideal small samples have been developed at Florida State University to give size and time distributions of the particulates. The two methods are discussed using samples taken mostly at Kawecki Berylco Industries.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods
Hudson, G. M.; Kaufmann, H. C.; Nelson, J. W.; and Bonacci, M. A., "Advances In The Use Of Pixe And Pesa For Air-Pollution Sampling" (1980). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 17.