Microbeam Analysis in Biology by Claude P. Lechene

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It can lead to a loss of intensity that would have been generated if the phase had been larger. This can either be the characteristic excitation of a second element or the continuum excitation of itself. According to Reed (4) this latter component becomes an increasingly important contribution as the atomic number increases. For example, in a bulk sample of zinc, approximately 8% of the measured radiation is due to continuum excitation. In normal probe analysis this component is indistinguishable from the electron-excited portion and p r e sents no problem.

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