A Guide to Synchrotron Radiation Science PDF ePub eBook

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A Guide to Synchrotron Radiation Science free pdf Synchrotron Radiation (SR), as a light source is now in use around the world to provide brilliant radiation from the infrared into the soft and hard X-ray regions. It is an indispensible and essential tool to establish the physic-chemical characteristics of materials and surfaces from an atomic and molecular view point. It is being applied to topics which range from mineralogy to protein crystallography, embracing research in areas from the physical to the life sciences. This new guide is a concise yet comprehensive and easily readable introduction to an expanding area of science. It presents in a readily assimilable form the basic concepts of SR science from its generation principles, through source design and operation to the principles of instruments for SR exploitation followed by a survey of its actual applications in selected research fields, including spectroscopy, diffractometry, microanalysis and chemical processing.

About Makoto Watanabe

Makoto Watanabe / Shigeru Sato.: Tohoku University Sendai, Japan Ian Munro.: Manchester University Manchester Science and Technology Facilities Council, London, UK Gyanendra Singh Lodha.: Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology Indore

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Author : Makoto Watanabe
Publisher : Narosa Publishing House
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ISBN : 8184873735
EAN : 9788184873733
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 250 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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