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A method of simultaneously imaging and measuring elements at the submicron level. Nuclear microscopy uses a focused high-energy ion beam of PROTONS and ALPHA PARTICLES (a nuclear microprobe) to interact with the sample. The resulting emitted radiations are analyzed by a group of techniques simultaneously: PARTICLE INDUCED X RAY EMISSION SPECTROMETRY for minor and trace element identification; Rutherford Backscattering Spectroscopy to assess sample thickness and bulk elements such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen; and Scanning Transmission Ion Microscopy to assess sample structure and density.
- Nuclear Microscopy
- Microscopy, Nuclear
- Scanning Nuclear Microprobe Analysis
- Nuclear Microscope Analysis
- Analyses, Nuclear Microscope
- Analysis, Nuclear Microscope
- Microscope Analyses, Nuclear
- Microscope Analysis, Nuclear
- Nuclear Microscope Analyses
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