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Handbook of Modern Ion Beam Materials Analysis. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 2129687
  • Book
  • 370 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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The Handbook of Modern Ion Beam Materials Analysis, 2nd Edition is a compilation of updated techniques and data for use in the ion-beam analysis of materials. The information presented is unavailable collectively from any other source, and places a strong emphasis on practical examples of the analysis techniques as they are applied to common problems. Revised and updated from the popular handbook previously released in 1995, this edition is written and compiled by over 30 leading authorities in the field of ion beam analysis and is an important reference tool for technicians, students and professionals. It is an excellent introduction to the fundamentals and lab practices of ion beam analysis and useful as a teaching text for undergraduate senior or first-year graduate students. It is the most recent and comprehensive collection of nuclear and atomic data for the applications of ion beam materials analysis.
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1. Elements;
2. Physical constants, conversions, and useful combinations;
3. Energy-loss data;
4. Scattering and reaction kinematics;
5. K factors for RBS;
6. Rutherford cross sections;
7. Non-Rutherford elastic scattering cross sections;
8. Actual Coulomb barriers;
9. Evaluated elastic scattering cross sections;
10. Deuterium-induced nuclear reaction cross sections;
11. Particle-particle nuclear reaction cross sections;
12. Particle induced gamma emission data;
14. Proton-proton scattering cross sections;
15. Activation analysis data;
16. Particle induced X-ray emission data;
17. Ion channeling data;
18. Thin-film materials and preparation;
19. Accelerator energy calibration and stability;
20. Radiation hazards of (p, n), (p, y), and (d, n) reactions;
21. Radiation hazards of (ɑ, n) reactions; Index.
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Yongqiang Wang Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Michael Nastasi Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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